Three Pakistan cricketers test positive for coronavirus
Karachi The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reported Monday that three players have tried positive for coronavirus in front of the group’s voyage through England one month from now.
The PCB said leg-spinner Shadab Khan, quick bowler Haris Rauf and young batsman Haider Ali had tried positive for COVID-19 in spite of indicating no manifestations and would now go into self-disengagement.
The principal Test against England at Old Trafford is because of start on August 5.
The PCB is trying its players and authorities in front of the eagerly awaited visit, which will likewise observe games played in Southampton.
Pakistan is encountering a flood in coronavirus cases, with more than 180,000 so far including 3,590 passings – however genuine numbers are believed to be a lot higher.
The PCB likewise tried 23 players and 12 group authorities Monday, with results due on Tuesday.
Extra tests are gotten ready for later in the week in Lahore, with just players testing negative permitted to travel to England.
The PCB said anybody testing positive must stay in isolate for about fourteen days.
After that period, they might be permitted to rejoin partners in England following two progressive negative tests.
Pakistan players will likewise be dependent upon compulsory isolate upon appearance in England, according to current British government guidelines.
The group will inevitably rehearse in what authorities are depicting as a “bio-secure” condition.
Following the August 5 Test in Manchester, Pakistan will play the staying two games in Southampton, beginning on August 13 and 21 individually.
Pakistan will likewise play three Twenty20 internationals in Southampton on August 29, 31 and September 2.
Luckily for the group, the three players who tried positive were not expected to play in the Test matches, just in the Twenty20 games.
Group physio Cliffe Deacon and bowling trainer Waqar Younis will fly legitimately to England from South Africa and Australia before taking their coronavirus tests.
Senior batsman Shoaib Malik, who will just play in the Twenty20 internationals, was permitted to join the group in late July to let him invest energy with his Indian tennis star spouse Sania Mirza and their child in Dubai.