Pakistan Cricket Team’s 7th player Coronavirus positive, New Zealand tour in danger

Christchurch: The 7th player of the Pakistan Cricket Team has suffered a crisis during his tour of New Zealand after coming out of Coronavirus positive. Pakistan team has to play 3 T20 and 2 Test series on New Zealand Tour. The Pakistan team has been given a final warning by the New Zealand government for violating the protocols and for this reason it is not able to train.

New Zealand’s Health Ministry said in a statement on Saturday, “Another player of the Pakistan team has turned out to be Coronavirus positive. Initially, 6 players of the team came out positive. The test of the remaining players is negative.

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Pakistan team arrived in New Zealand 4 days ago on 24 November and is quarantined for 14 days. The players of Pakistan team are to have the Kovid-19 (COVID-19) test on the third, sixth and 12th day of the Quarantine. The next test will be held on 30 November. Pakistan was earlier allowed to train but after some players violated the Kovid protocols, this concession was withdrawn from them.


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