3 players of Pakistani women’s cricket team have come under the grip of corona virus. Although the PCB has not disclosed the name. (PC- Javeria Khan/Instagram)
However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has not announced the names of the players. They will now have to undergo strict isolation for 10 days. The quarantine will end on November 6 next month.
New Delhi. 3 members of Pakistan Women’s Cricket Women’s Team have been found to be Kovid-19 positive. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) gave this information by issuing a statement on Thursday. The players of the team had gathered at the Hanif Mohammad High-Performance Center in Karachi for the purpose of preparations ahead of their ODI series against the West Indies. On Wednesday, the corona virus test of all the members of the team was done, in which the test report of 3 has been found positive.
However, the names of the players have not been announced by the PCB. They will now have to undergo strict isolation for 10 days. The quarantine will end on November 6 next month. Under the Kovid-19 protocol, the rest of the team members have also been put in isolation till November 2. They will have to do a test every other day. Everyone’s corona vaccination was done in May before entering the bio-bubble created for the camp.
West Indies women’s team is set to tour Pakistan for the ODI series. Both the teams will play three ODIs which are expected to be held between November 8 and 14. Matches will be played at the National Stadium in Karachi. Earlier, Pakistan toured West Indies for three T20s and 5 ODIs. Pakistan men’s team is in UAE for T20 World Cup.