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Pakistan squad clears final round of COVID-19 tests

Pakistan squad clears final

Player from Pakistan’s crew for their impending arrangement against New Zealand have cleared the fifth and last round of COVID-19 tests on day 12 in the wake of having detailed six positive outcomes a month ago.

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The six individuals from Pakistan’s visiting party had revealed positive test results in the wake of showing up in New Zealand on 24 November, four of which were new and the other two recorded.

Subsequent to clearing the last round of tests on day 12, forthcoming last Ministry of Health endorsement, the crew will leave oversaw disengagement and fly to Queenstown on Tuesday, 8 December, to begin preparing for the impending T20I and Test arrangement against the Black Caps.

Pakistan made two increments to the crew that won the T20I arrangement against Zimbabwe in November.

As indicated by an official assertion by New Zealand Cricket, “the individual from the Pakistan crew who tried positive on Day 6 will stay in oversaw segregation until leaving, negative tests allowing. Furthermore, the individual from the crew who was taken into isolate in Auckland in the wake of showing up from Dubai feeling unwell yet thusly testing negative has likewise been cleared to leave the office.”

The groups are scheduled to play three T20Is, beginning 18 December, trailed by two Tests which will shape a piece of the ICC World Test Championship.