Three extra individuals – two international gamers and one help employees member – have examined constructive for COVID-19 within the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) however the Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday insisted the event would proceed on schedule.
Pakistan Cricket Board’s Director of Media Sami Burney didn’t identify the three individuals whose COVID-19 an infection got here a day after Australian leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed examined constructive, resulting in his isolation.
“I can confirm that two foreign players and one support staff member have tested positive from the results of the 242 PCR tests we had conducted on all the franchises their officials and support staff since yesterday,” Burney stated at a press convention on Tuesday on the National Stadium.
He stated out of the contemporary three constructive instances, one cricketer belonged to the Islamabad United franchise whose participant Fawad Ahmed tested positive on Monday (March 1) sparking a scare within the PSL.
“Out of the three positive results, one player belongs to Islamabad and the remaining to two other franchises,” he stated.
The PCB official additionally stated that the check outcomes of 1 crew have been nonetheless awaited. He stated the PCB believed with correct dealing with of the state of affairs, cricket can go on as different international locations are additionally going through related issues.
“A virtual meeting will be held with the team owners to further tighten the COVID-19 protocols and the bio-secure bubble guidelines for the tournament,” he stated.
Islamabad United participant Ahmed’s constructive outcome on Monday led to the postponement of their match towards Quetta Gladiators.