Monday, 6 July 2020

Pakistan cricket squad undergoes COVID-19 testing in England

MANCHESTER: Pakistan cricket team after reaching England has undergone COVID-19 testing at Worcestershire.

After landing in Manchester the squad traveled via bus to reach Worcestershire, said a spokesman of the Pakistan Cricket Board here.

England and Wales Cricket Board medical penal conducted the Corona Virus tests of twenty players and twelve team officials who reached England in first phase for playing three test and similar number of T20 games against English side.

Pakistan cricket teams bowling coach Waqar Younis who reached England from Australia to join the team was also tested for COVID-19.

Earlier today, the twenty-member Pakistan cricket team squad along with eleven support staff members have reached Worcestershire from Manchester.

Players and management reached Worcestershire by bus and will remain under quarantine there for fourteen days before flying to Derbyshire on July 13. Coronavirus tests of 31-member unit are also scheduled.

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