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Sports Cricket 24 Jun 2020 Seven more Pakistan ...

Seven more Pakistan cricketers test positive for COVID-19

PTI
Published Jun 24, 2020, 10:37 am IST
Updated Jun 24, 2020, 10:39 am IST
The players and officials would now assemble in Lahore and another round of tests would be carried out on June 25
 In this file photo, Pakistan's cricketer Mohammad Rizwan exercises during a practice session. — AFP photo
  In this file photo, Pakistan's cricketer Mohammad Rizwan exercises during a practice session. — AFP photo

Karachi: Seven more Pakistan cricketers, including Muhammad Hafeez and Wahab Riaz, selected for the tour of England have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the total to 10, the PCB revealed on Tuesday.

The seven who tested positive on Tuesday are Kashif Bhatti, Muhammad Hasnain, Fakhar Zaman, Muhammad Rizwan, Imran Khan, Hafeez and Riaz. Shadab Khan, Haider Ali and Haris Rauf had returned positive tests on Monday.

 

"It is not a great situation to be in and what it shows is these are 10 fit and young athletes...if it can happen to players it can happen to anyone," Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO, Wasim Khan told a media conference.

He said a support staff member, masseur Malang Ali, had also tested positive for COVID-19.

Khan said that the players and officials would now assemble in Lahore and another round of tests would be carried out on June 25 and a revised squad would be announced the next day.

The squad has to leave on June 28 for the series scheduled to be held next month, he said.

"It is a matter of concern but we shouldn't panic at this time as we have time on our hands," Khan said.

He said the players and officials would be retested on reaching England.

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