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3 Pakistan women’s cricket team members test positive for Covid


Three members of the Pakistan cricket team’s women squad have tested positive for coronavirus, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) revealed Thursday.

As per a press release, the PCB said the cricketers were participating in the pre-West Indies series camp at the Hanf Mohammad High Performance Centre where they tested positive for the infection.

“These members tested positive in the routine Covid-19 testing yesterday and are under 10-day quarantine, which ends on 6 November.

“The other squad members will remain in isolation till 2 November and undergo tests every alternate day, starting tomorrow, to stem any potential spread of the virus,” reads the PCB’s statement.

As per the PCB Covid-19 Protocols, all squad members had joined the bio-secure environment after returning two negative tests. These squad members had been vaccinated for Covid-19 in May.

Pakistan and West Indies will play three ODIs on 8, 11 and 14 November at the National Stadium.


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