Pakistan Cricket Team Passed 5th Coronavirus Test, Now Quarantine Will Go Out To Queenstown


Christchurch: Pakistan Cricket Team has been found to be negative in the 5th round of Coronavirus Test. Now the entire team will come out of the quarantine on December 8, provided the sports ministry (Health Ministry) gets the green signal. New Zealand Cricket has given this information on Monday. He was not allowed to practice after 8 members of the Pakistani team were found positive in the COVID-19 test.

New Zealand Cricket said in a statement, ‘The 5th and last Coronavirus Test of the Pakistan Cricket Team took place on the 12th day in which all the negatives have been found. After the approval of the Health Ministry, the team will leave from Quarantine tomorrow and go to Queenstown where they will practice before T20 and Test series.

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Pakistan has to play a series of 3 T20 matches starting in Auckland from 18 December. The 2-Test series will begin on 26 December. New Zealand Cricket said, “The members of the Pakistan team who were found positive on the sixth day will remain in the quarantine until the negative report comes.”
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