The England Cricket Board on Thursday cleared Pakistan left-arm spinner Kashif Bhatti, after he tried negative for the coronavirus.

Bhatti, who is right now in England for the up and coming Test arrangement, tried positive for coronavirus upon appearance in UK and was under self-detachment.

The ECB representative said that the Pakistani player has been allowed to incorporate with the crew in the wake of finishing his disengagement period.

The ECB said that after the underlying positive test alarm, Bhatti has tried negative for COVID-19 twice now.

As indicated by the games site ESPN Cricinfo, an ECB representative said that there was disarray over the underlying positive test in the UK as it was most likely “the remainders of a past Covid-19 disease”.

The English board representative included that the player was detached as a security first methodology.

Prior, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had looked for an update from the ECB in such manner and said that Bhatti’s case fell under the purview of the English cricket board.

Bhatti left for the arrangement after two negative COVID-19 tests, and according to the PCB, tried negative again when he experienced another coronavirus test for the aircraft.

“Courses of action for a biosecure domain are the obligation of the ECB,” the PCB said.

In the interim, the PCB likewise informed that Harris Rauf, who recently tried positive for coronavirus, is currently recuperating and his ongoing COVID-19 test additionally returned negative. The PCB said that on the off chance that he tests negative for the infection once more, the right-arm fast in and out will be qualified to join the remainder of the crew in England.

The board additionally said that Rauf is at present in a nearby inn in Lahore under the oversight of the PCB clinical board.

Prior on Wednesday, Haider Ali, Imran Khan Sr. what’s more, Bhatti, alongside a masseur Malang Ali, had withdrawn for England in the wake of testing negative for COVID-19 in consecutive tests.

Also, Rauf alongside Shoaib Malik, who has been conceded unique leave to be with his family in UAE, will be the last two crew individuals left to join the crew in England.

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