Former Pakistan ladies’s captain, Sana Mir, has examined optimistic for COVID-19, casting doubts on the continued Quaid-e-Azam Trophy ultimate. Mir was a part of the commentary panel for the continued ultimate and has been involved with many officers and gamers as there wasn’t a separate bio-secure bubble for the commentary panel and the groups.


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Sana confirmed signs of fever on the third day of the ultimate and her COVID-19 take a look at got here again optimistic. The remainder of the manufacturing staff and any one that has been in shut contact with Sana Mir will now endure COVID-19 assessments, the outcomes for that are anticipated by tonight.

Sana has been put in isolation on the Pearl Continental resort and won’t be fulfilling her commentary duties for the remainder of the match. Nonetheless, the remainder of the manufacturing staff will likely be masking all of the motion from Nationwide Stadium Karachi.


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The remainder of the commentary panel for the ultimate, Bazid Khan, Sawera Pasha, Sikander Bakht, Tariq Saeed, and Ali Younis, have proven no signs but, however have been suggested to hold out their COVID-19 assessments. A PCB official confirmed that they’ve made efforts to ensure everyone seems to be secure from the virus and have disinfected the ability.

Pakistan’s home season has been in full move regardless of the nation experiencing the second wave of the virus. The gamers have had a busy schedule as they’ve been enjoying fixed cricket within the bio-secure bubble. There have been a number of breaches through the present home season with a number of gamers testing optimistic for the virus.



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