‘All 128 COVID-19 Tests are Negative’, Says PCB

‘All 128 COVID-19 Tests are Negative’, Says PCB

‘All 128 COVID-19 Tests are Negative’, Says PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board had confirmed that all the COVID-19 tests conducted on their players and staff turned out negative.

The Pakistan Cricket Board is pleased to announce that all of their players and officials had tested negative for COVID-19. The tested people have now rejoined their families with no doubt in their health safety. This includes the 25 remaining players, support staff, and match officials who had departed for their respective destinations.

Last March 17, the PCB decided that all players, staff, and broadcasters be tested for COVID-19 to ensure everyone’s safety. Aside from the tests that were made, the PCB ensured everyone that they will continue to observe safety precautions to ensure the safety of all their employees. 

The PCB urges everyone, including the fans, to observe all the safety measures in order to take care of their well-being in order to overcome this pandemic. They also hope that their nation will quickly heal so that everything will be back to normal. 

The PCB also announced the postponement of the PSL a few days back amid the outbreak of the coronavirus. To know more about the Pakistan Super League, check out Betwala. 

READ MORE: What is the Pakistan Super League? 

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