Pakistan Player Returns To Squad In England After Positive Coronavirus Test


A Pakistani cricketer has rejoined the squad in England after a positive test for coronavirus:

An unknown cracker of the Pakistan team has rejoined the Pakistan team in England after self-isolating after a positive coronavirus test. This news was declared on Thursday (16-07-2020). The team of Pakistan is in England and preparing for the three-Test series, which is starting on 5th August in Manchester. The three-Test matches are followed by three Twenty20 international matches.

A presenter of England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said “A Pakistan cricketer has been cleared to return and include in the Pakistan team after going through a preventive period of self-isolation. The player of Pakistan had resulted positive COVID-19 infection. After finding positive, he is in observation of Public Health England, and with proper care by a virologist, a safety-first technique was taken to isolate the cricketer so that no other player or staff member gets infected from that infection.”

After finishing his quarantine period, now the players’ COVID-19 test resulted negative two times and now he is out of having any kind of risk of infection to other staff and players. He is safe now.”

Although the England Cricket Board didn’t mention this Pakistani player, the media of Pakistan found his name as the left-arm spinner of Pakistan team, Kashif Bhatti.

Now the England team is playing the second Test match with West Indies at Old Trafford in Manchester. After finishing this three-Test match with West Indies, England will start three-Test series with Pakistan from 5th August.


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