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All Pakistan, Zimbabwe players test negative for coronavirus ahead of ODI, T20I series

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday said that the players and player support personnel of Zimbabwe and Pakistan were tested for coronavirus and all tests returned negative.

ANI | Rawalpindi | Updated: 27-10-2020 15:29 IST | Created: 27-10-2020 15:29 IST
All Pakistan, Zimbabwe players test negative for coronavirus ahead of ODI, T20I series
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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday said that the players and player support personnel of Zimbabwe and Pakistan were tested for coronavirus and all tests returned negative. PCB said a total of 107 Covid-19 tests were conducted which also included match officials.

"A total of 107 Covid-19 tests, conducted on the players and player support personnel of Zimbabwe and Pakistan sides as well as the match officials, have returned negative. The tests were conducted on Monday as part of the PCB's Covid-19 Protocols following the assembling of the two sides in Islamabad," PCB said in a statement. PCB said that all 107 participants have now entered the bio-secure bubble in a hotel and are now allowed to interact with each other and move freely within the bio-secure bubble.

The two sides will train at the Pindi Cricket Stadium today. Pakistan and Zimbabwe will play three ODIs and as many T20Is in Rawalpindi.

The three-match series, which is part of the ICC Men's Cricket World Super League, commences on Friday. (ANI)

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