IPL 2021: From Kuldeep Yadav to Shubman Gill, List of Indian cricketers who have undergone vaccination

IPL 2021: From Kuldeep Yadav to Shubman Gill, List of Indian cricketers who have undergone vaccination ahead of WTC Final 2021 in England.
IPL 2021: From Kuldeep Yadav to Shubman Gill, List of Indian cricketers who have undergone vaccination ahead of WTC Final 2021 in England.

IPL 2021: From Kuldeep Yadav to Shubman Gill, List of Indian cricketers who have undergone vaccination- India and KKR spinner and batsman Kuldeep Yadav and Shubman Gill on Saturday took the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and urged the citizens to take the necessary jab in the fight against the pandemic.

“Get your superpowers upgraded as soon as you are able to. Massive shoutout to all the doctors and frontline workers for putting in all the effort,” wrote Shubman Gill.

On Friday, India allrounder Ravindra Jadeja received the first dose of coronavirus vaccine in his hometown in Rajkot, Gujarat. Earlier, the CSK star had asked everyone to not just stay home, but also help those who need support amid the COVID-19 second wave.

Earlier, India wicket-keeper batsman and DC captain Rishabh Pant on Thursday took to social media after COVID-19 vaccine and urged everyone to get the necessary shot. He joined the list of players who have undergone 1st dose of vaccination ahead of the UK tour. “Got my first jab today. When you are eligible, please step up and get the vaccine. The sooner we do it, the sooner we can beat this Virus,” Pant tweeted.

Earlier, KKR batsman Dinesh Karthik on Tuesday underwent COVID-19 vaccination. He took to Twitter to share the picture, which has become a trend on social media these days. Numerous players have been vaccinated so far including India and RCB skipper Virat Kohli, DC’s Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Umesh Yadav, among others.

Earlier today, Mumbai Indians and India bowling star Jasprit Bumrah was the latest to get his COVID-19 vaccination ahead of India’s Tour to England, where Team India will play the World Test Championship Final against New Zealand and a five-match Test series against England. The team leaves on June 2. Apart from Bumrah, Cheteshwar Pujara, captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane also got their first vaccination dose.

“Vaccinated. Please stay safe everyone,” Jasprit Bumrah shared a photo on Twitter with the caption on Tuesday.

IPL 2021: cricketers who have undergone vaccination

Earlier today, India and RCB skipper Virat Kohli and DC pacer Ishant Sharma on Monday took the first jab of the coronavirus vaccine. Kohli also urged others to get vaccinated “as soon as you can”.

“Thankful for this and grateful for all the essential workers. Happy to see the smooth running of the facility & management. Let’s all get vaccinated at the earliest,” Ishant said in a tweet post.

CSK’s Deepak Chahar also received the first jab of the COVID-19 on Monday while Siddharth Kaul also took the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

“Got my first vaccine today. I urge you all to get vaccinated whenever and wherever you can. Very big thanks to our police and doctors and all the people working in Covid duties for taking care of us and full country,” Chahar captioned a picture on Instagram.

 

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“The only way to win the war against this pandemic is to have an armour of the Vaccine. Got my first Jab today !! I urge all of you to please get your vaccination done asap. We all want our lives back to the normal,” Siddharth Kaul tweeted.

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IPL 2021: cricketers who have undergone vaccination

Other players who have undergone vaccination are Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane and Umesh Yadav. The majority of these players are part of the current Indian Cricket Team.

Speaking to ANI, a BCCI official said that it will need some more time before a clear picture can be drawn regarding the completion of vaccination for all India Test cricketers who are to head to UK on June 2.

“The Indian government has opened vaccination for every person above 18 so the players can take their first dose. But the second dose is the question here and while the BCCI is looking at working closely with the England and Wales Cricket Board to ensure players can get a second dose in the UK, if that is not approved by the UK government, we will have the vaccine taken from India for the second dose. Let’s see how that works out in the coming days,” the official had explained.

How to apply for vaccination?

The vaccine has been made available to 18+ citizens by various state governments. Earlier, it was only available for frontline workers and senior citizens, which was later reduced to 45+ age groups. In order to register for the vaccination, you can follow the simple steps to receive the jab by heading to COWIN.gov.in and follow the steps like registering your mobile number.

It is notable that the vaccine needs to be taken twice with a gap of 28 days. Please go through instructions as mild symptoms are likely to occur.

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