Coronavirus | Pakistan and England cricketers pass latest tests
The England and Pakistan cricket squads handed their latest coronavirus tests.
All 20 gamers and 11 workers within the Pakistan squad have examined destructive for COVID-19 since arriving on Sunday, the England and Wales Cricket Board stated on Tuesday.
Pakistan is in a two-week quarantine in Worcester for a check and Twenty20 collection in August.
All of England’s gamers and administration additionally have been destructive of their third spherical of tests on Monday. They are in Southampton making ready for the primary check subsequent week towards the West Indies.
Meanwhile, six Pakistan gamers picked for the tour who examined optimistic final week and needed to keep dwelling have examined destructive for a second time in three days and have been cleared to hitch the squad in England.
The six have been opening batsman Fakhar Zaman, allrounder Mohammad Hafeez, legspinner Shadab Khan, wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan and quick bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Hasnain.
The Pakistan Cricket Board stated all six gamers have been retested on Monday, following a primary destructive check final Friday.