Tests of 20 players of Pakistan cricket team and 11 members of team management have come negative. According to details, reports of the first Test of the national squad in England have been received. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) says that the tests of 20 players and 12 members of the team management in England have come negative.
The PCB said that the players of the national team have been allowed to train in Worcester after the test report was negative. The results of bowling coaches Waqar Younis and Cliff Deacon will be received late
It may be recalled that corona testing of Pakistani cricketers and support staff who arrived in England yesterday was completed while Rojeel Nazir and Mohammad Musa from the reserves were also made part of the squad after clearance. There was a negative in the laboratory.
On the other hand, the national team’s senior all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez and six other national players failed the Corona Test for the second time, after which they are now ready to leave for England.
It has been reported that Fakhr Zaman, Mohammad Hasnain and Mohammad Rizwan are among those who came for the negative test for the second time. Tests of Shadab Khan and Wahab Riaz have also come negative. Six cricketers, including Mohammad Hafeez, tested positive in the first Test conducted by the PCB.
As a precaution, Mohammad Hafeez had his test repeated in a private lab, which turned out to be negative, which cast doubt on his status. The cricket board conducted a re-test on June 26, which turned out to be negative, despite the fact that the six players were barred from traveling to the UK.
PCB chief executive Wasim Khan said that the first corona test of these six players was positive and despite the negative result of the second test, these six players will not go to England. Now the PCB has conducted their third test which has come negative, now these players will be able to go to the UK