Meanwhile, the European Central Bank has set up a working group dedicated to the domestic game's return.
"Harrison, who formerly warned a season with out any fixtures at all could cost the European Central Bank 252 million pounds ($309 million)", also welcomed the enter of the counties and the Experienced Cricketers' Affiliation in planning for a "domestic time not like any the recreation has faced right before".
With players mostly being in lockdown from the last three months, they are expected to resume training on or after July 1.
The eight-team women's competition that was set for launch in 2020 may well have to wait, but the European Central Bank remain optimistic about staging at least some matches this summer.
The 2020 county season will begin on 1 August, the England and Wales Cricket Board has verified.
He extra: "It follows considerable consultation amongst the 18 initially-course counties, the Qualified Cricketers' Affiliation and European Central Bank and has only been achievable thanks to the considerable hard get the job done that continues to occur as we get ready for a domestic time contrary to any the sport has confronted right before".
"We have pushed for an "opt in" process with European Central Bank and the counties so players can totally understand the protocols in place to mitigate risks and those who are not yet able to return feel comfortable in not opting in".
"For this to be obtained, manufacturer new infrastructure continue to wants to be rolled out, alongside imperatives we need in place when participating in aggressive cricket during a pandemic".
'The safety of our players, staff and officials has been the first priority through all discussions and Government guidance will continue to shape our planning and preparation'.
"Our first choice remains to do everything we can to start this year and build on the fantastic momentum in the women's game", Harrison continued.
"In the celebration that proves extremely hard, we will take a look at other options for perform to help our women's gamers to take pleasure in aggressive domestic cricket in 2020".
"I commend the expertise and effort that has been shown by the European Central Bank and the first-class counties to get to this stage".
Somerset head coach Jason Kerr said the training will be a lead-up to return of professional cricket.
A meeting in early July between all of the First-Class Counties will verify on a format to continue, while the Women's domestic game remains committed to playing this summer with their won domestic structure also under discussion.