Coronavirus test of Pakistan cricketers at the Rawalpindi Stadium
The Pakistan cricket team is scheduled to leave Pakistan for England on June 26 to play a full series. Ahead of the England tour, the top five coronaviruses in Pakistan cricketers tested coronavirus test at the Rawalpindi Stadium. After the coronavirus test from each player’s respective area, the result is negative and the players will be able to join the main team.
The five cricketers who have been tested for coronavirus in the first phase are Usman Shenwari, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf, Shadab Khan, and Imad Wasim. Their samples were collected in Lahore this morning.
A senior Pakistan Cricket Board official said:
“We all have hopes and blessings for all the cricketers to be negative for the tour of England. On June 25, players will be tested for coronavirus in the second stage, if they are negative in the first stage. “If a player is positive in the first round, they can miss the England you. “
He also said, “If a cricketer comes positive for coronavirus in the first stage, the result is negative after being in isolation in Pakistan. In fact, he may be able to join the England tour late. “
The Pak army will leave Pakistan on June 26. After arriving in England, the players will have to take another test before staying in the 15-day quarantine. After that, the Pakistan cricket team will be able to practice only if the result is correct in quarantine.