Mohammad Hafeez Gets Second COVID-19 Test Result

Mohammad Hafeez Gets Second COVID-19 Test Result

Mohammad Hafeez Gets Second COVID-19 Test Result

Mohammad Hafeez has undergone another COVID-19 test and has tested negative this time. 

Just recently, the Pakistan Cricket Board has announced that seven of their players have contracted COVID-19 and among those is Mohammad Hafeez. The 39-year-old player, however, was not convinced that he had the virus so he underwent another COVID-19 test together with his family and had tested negative. 

On his Twitter account, Hafeez said, ‘After Tested positive COVID-19 acc to PCB testing Report yesterday, as 2nd opinion & for satisfaction I personally went to Test it again along with my family and here I along with my all family members are reported Negative Alham du Lillah. May Allah keep us all safe 🤲🏼’. 

Hafeez is a part of Pakistan’s 29-member squad which is set to depart to England on June 28. The departure of the players has already been confirmed as per PCB’s CEO Wasim Khan who said that the tour will happen as planned. 

The Pakistan tour of England is comprised of three Tests that will be held in Lord’s, Manchester, and Nottingham. Aside from that, the tour also features three T20Is which will respectively be held in Leeds, Cardiff, and Southampton. To understand these cricket formats, visit Betwala. 

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