This offline event, which will be the 1st of its kind after the extensive lockdown will host 200 players.
Organised by badminton enthusiasts, the Enthu Cutlets Carnival will be the first offline sporting event in Goa since the coronavirus induced lockdown. The national-level senior badminton event will host about 200 participants from across the country at Goa's Panaji. All matches of this event will be scheduled at the Campal Indoor stadium in the state capital from November 25 to November 29. A member of the core organising committee has stated that the matches will be conducted in compliance to the state established COVID-19 protocols.
Sports and safety to go hand in hand!
The Enthu Cutlets Carnival will go live from November 25 in Goa, following the state's permission to resume sports activities, along with other normal activities, post-lockdown. This event will be a friendly match between friends and associates from various parts of the country which will conducted as per the state government's COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. The event organisers have made it mandatory for all the players, attending the carnival, to install the Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones, among other prerequisites.
The participants will also be screened with temperature guns and oximeters at the Campal Indoor Stadium in Panaji. Members of the organising committee have also highlighted the fact that the event is not being organised under the authority of any state or national association and at any given time, only 50 sportspersons will be allowed at the venue.
From Panaji itself, about 21 players will be competing in this sporting event, who stated that their willingness to participate stems from the state's approval of resuming sports activities.