Three individuals of Pakistan Women’s team test Covid-19 positive.

Three individuals from Pakistan Women’s team have tried positive for COVID-19, the PCB said in an assertion on Thursday. The crew had gathered at the Hanif Mohammad High Performance Center in Karachi for a preliminary camp in front of the impending ODI series against West Indies at home.

The players – not distinguished by PCB yet – returned a positive outcome in the standard testing done on Wednesday and have been set in a 10-day quarantine that closures on November 6.

Following the conventions, the remainder of the crew has likewise been driven into a short confinement period until November 2, and will go through a test each other day, beginning Friday.

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The whole unexpected had entered the bio-secure buble for the camp solely after returning two negative tests, while the players had been inoculated in May.

Pakistan will play against West Indies in three ODIs scheduled to be held on November 8, 11 and 14 in Karachi.

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