Two Pakistani cricketers rejoin squad in New Zealand

AUCKLAND: After the third coronavirus Test of the Pakistan cricket squad, players with two history cases have been allowed to rejoin the squad.

Former captain Sarfraz Ahmed and fast bowler Muhammad Abbas have joined the national squad. Both players’ coronavirus test came negative.

The New Zealand Health Authority had declared both the players as star players in the test report. in this regard, PCB officials said that after the test results, the national squad will be allowed to train on the ground.

Medically, two of the six initial COVID-19 positive cases from the Pakistan squad are now not considered infectious anymore. In New Zealand, six members of the national squad tested positive for coronavirus.

Two of the six members of the national squad were named in the case. In New Zealand, national cricketers and sports staff have also started light training.

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It may be recalled that Sarfraz Ahmed, Rohail Nazir, Naseem Shah, Muhammad Abbas, Abid Ali, and Danish Aziz, who were part of the national squad in New Zealand, were also affected by a coronavirus.

The New Zealand Cricket Board temporarily suspended the national squad from practice. New Zealand authorities have sent samples of the entire squad for re-testing after six members of the national squad were diagnosed with the virus.

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