LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has prepared coronavirus SOPs for the upcoming Pakistan-Zimbabwe series.
According to sources, precautionary measures in the style of England series include the transfer of players to the bio-secure bubble and coronavirus testing. The PCB is preparing for the tour of Zimbabwe to Pakistan, while the schedule of the series has been finalized and the coronavirus protocol has been drawn up.
Board sources said that the transfer of players to the bio-secure bubble and corona testing are among the agreed protocols. The PCB will send the coronavirus SOPs to the Zimbabwe Cricket Board in the next one or two days.
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The Zimbabwe Cricket Board will review the arrangements and seek final permission from its government. The PCB is awaiting a written reply from the Zimbabwe Cricket Board this weekend, while the Zimbabwe cricket team is expected to arrive in Pakistan on 20th October.
The Zimbabwe cricket team will play a three-match T20 series in Multan during its tour, while three ODIs will be played at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.