The Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday affirmed that a further seven players and a player bolster work force from an aggregate of 35 have tried positive for Covid-19 in front of the group’s visit to England. The PCB had composed these 35 tests in Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar on Monday. Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan and Wahab Riaz are the players who have tried positive close by Pakistan cricket crew masseur Malang Ali.

Pakistan are expected to withdraw for England on Saturday in front of an arrangement that will see them play three Tests and three Twenty20 internationals against England, beginning in August. On Monday Haider Ali, Haris Rauf and Shadab Khan had test postive.

Like Haider, Haris and Shadab none of the seven players and masseur had revealed any earlier side effects of Covid-19 until they experienced first round of testing on Monday in front of the side’s takeoff for Manchester.

The PCB said their clinical board is as of now in contact with these players and the masseur, who have been told to watch exacting isolate at their homes for their and their families’ prosperity.

PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said in an announcement: “The ongoing positive trial of the absolute fittest competitors, who had not demonstrated any indications, unmistakably mirror the threat this infection has. All things considered, and in the interest of the PCB, I by and according to popular demand people in general to carefully stick to all wellbeing insurances as exhorted and suggested by the administrative and commonplace governments to guarantee their wellbeing and security just as of their dear and almost ones.

“As respects the players, who have tried positive, we will proceed to screen and bolster them, including leading immunizer tests, and when they test negative, they will be traveled to join the crew in England. Right now, they have been encouraged to go into self-confinement with the goal that they recuperate rapidly as well as keep their other relatives from being tainted.

“The visit to England is especially on target and the side will leave according to plan on 28 June. Luckily, all the principal decision red-ball crew, notwithstanding Mohammad Rizwan, are negative, which implies they can begin preparing and rehearsing following they have been tried and given the all reasonable when they show up in England.

“Meanwhile, Misbah-ul-Haq is looking into the preparation plan for England and is firming up plans for save players to be tried as a reinforcement.”

All players that tried negative will experience another screening for the infection in Lahore on Thursday before going to England on a sanctioned plane two days after the fact.

The Pakistan crew will at that point go through 14 days in isolate in Derbyshire before moving to Manchester for training games before the Test arrangement.

Four hold players – batsman Imran Butt, allrounder Mohammad Nawaz, spinner Bilal Asif and quick bowler Musa Khan – will likewise experience testing. Whenever cleared, they will join the crew.

Senior batsman Shoaib Malik has been permitted to invest some energy with his Indian tennis star spouse Sania Mirza and their child in Dubai.

Malik, who has resigned from Test and one-day cricket, was just chosen for the Twenty20 internationals and is probably going to join the crew on July 24.

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