The PCB stated in its statement that each of the three players had no side effects before testing Rawalpindi on Sunday.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed on Monday that three players, the versatile Shadab Khan, young drummer Haider Ali and quick pitcher Haris Rauf, tested positive for the crown virus. The PCB stated in its statement that each of the three players had not shown a demonstration prior to the tests they underwent in Rawalpindi on Sunday. “The Pakistani cricket board confirmed that three players, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf and Shadab Khan, tested positive for Covid-19,” the circuit said during a layoff.
“The players did not demonstrate before being tried on Sunday in Rawalpindi before visiting the Pakistan national cricket team in Pakistan,” the report said.
The track also included encouraging players to part ways with immediate effect.
“The PCB Clinical Board is in contact with the three people who were encouraged to part immediately,” the announcement said.
The PCB also said that the group’s various players and agencies, with the exception of senior cricketer Shoaib Malik, bowling coach Waqar Younis and Cliffe Deacon, have taken legal action in their individual habitats and can be sure their results will be available Tuesday in Show up.
“In addition to Cliffe Deacon, Shoaib Malik and Waqar Younis, several players and group agencies conducted tests on Monday at their separate locations in Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar,” the statement said.
Pakistan will be brought to England on June 28 for a biosafety visit with three tests and the same number of Twenty20 Internationals (T20I).
PCBs should not exceed the risk of multiple actors contracting the infection because the kit has not been prepared together. In any case, this could affect the destination of the visit, as Pakistan is expected to report to the UK five weeks before the deal in August. Since cricket is expected to be played biologically safe in England, players will be placed in an airbag when they appear, meaning there will be no contact with anyone outside of the players’ meeting.
Haris Sohail and Amir Sohail said a week ago that they would not be traveling to the UK. The way three other cricketers are not currently traveling to the UK promises to impact Pakistan’s odds. However, there is no signal from the circuit or its officials that the three cricketers cannot be included in the next crew.
A week ago, former captain and versatile Shahid Afridi discovered that he had contracted the infection. In May, former Pakistani starting player Taufeeq Umar tried positive and was independent for seven days. The biggest setback for the Pakistani cricket club was Zafar Sarfraz, a former high-class cricketer who entered the bucket in April.