Pakistan Has Announced That a Further Seven Players Have Now Tested Positive for COVID-19
Pakistan is experiencing a surge in cases, with more than 180,000 so far including 3,590 deaths.
Though real numbers are thought to be much higher.
Pakistan players will also be subject to mandatory quarantine upon arrival in England, as per current British government regulations.
Fortunately for the team, the three players who tested positive were not expected to play in the Test matches, only in the Twenty20 games.
The Pakistan cricket players Harris Rauf, Haider Ali and Shadab Khan have tested positive yesterday for COVID -19.
They were tested in Rawalpindi before the tour to England for matches.
These players had shown no symptoms
The PCB said anyone testing positive must remain in quarantine for two weeks.
Now the infected players will go for self -isolation for 14 days. And the PCB medical panel is in contact with these three players to guide them on what to do in self-isolation
The PCB also tested 23 players and 12 team officials Monday, with results due on Tuesday.
Pakistan has announced that a further seven players have now tested positive for COVID-19.
Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan, and Wahab Riaz have all tested positive, in addition to the three cases named yesterday.
Additional tests are planned for later in the week in Lahore, with only players testing negative allowed to fly to England.