In the shadow of fear, corona testing of cricketers has started but if the report is positive, they will have to go to quarantine instead of joining the camp for the national T20 tournament. Corona testing for the new domestic season began yesterday, with most of the cricketers, match officials, drivers and discerning staff from the six teams participating in the national T20 tournament submitting samples to laboratories in their areas in the shadow of concerns. The PCB also promised to pay the dues.
There is a wave of concern among the players that if the result of the test is positive, they will have to go on a 14-day quarantine. The PCB has already released the list of reserves. Only the negative result in the first test will be called for the second test at the Central Station of the Board.
Samples of First XI are likely to be taken on Friday, both times the cleared players and officials will be limited to the biosecure bubble, cricketers, management, officials, doctors, bus drivers and relevant staff members will be placed in this special zone. Nadeem Khan said that in the current situation of Corona, this is the biggest cricket event in Pakistan. Despite the difficulties, it would be a matter of pride for us to start the domestic season regularly.
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