Haris Rauf Tested Negative for Corona Twice
Harris Rauf, the right-handed pacer of the Pakistan cricket team, was infected with the deadly coronavirus a month ago. As a result, he could not go with Pakistan on the tour of England. However, after a month of treatment, Haris Rauf tested negative for corona twice. So he will leave for England this week. Rauf will join the Pakistan team there.
On June 22, for the first time, Rauf’s report came positive in the Corona test. Rauf was then tested six times until July 20. The first five times the report is positive. For the sixth time, Rauf’s corona test report came back negative. Later in the test, his report came back negative. As a result, Rauf became completely tax-free.
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Pakistan’s chief selector and coach Misbah-ul-Haq has replaced Rauf with Mohammad Amir as Corona has repeatedly tested positive. Aamir is already in England. However, as Rauf is negative, Misbah wants him in the team. Rauf will fly to England this week.
The first Test of the three-match series will start on August 5 in Manchester. The next two Tests will be in Southampton. The two matches will be on August 13 and 21. After that, the three-match T20 series will start with all the matches in the stadium without spectators keeping in mind the health protection.