Three Pakistani women’s cricket team members tested positive for COVID-19 in the team training camp. Pakistan Cricket Team Confirm on its official website.
The Pakistani women’s team is preparing for the upcoming ODI series against the West Indies at a camp in the Hanif Mohammed High Performance Center.
“Three members of the national women’s team participating in the West Indies’ former series of training camps at the Hanif Mohammed High Performance Center tested positive for Covid-19,” PCB said in a statement.
Pakistani women’s cricket team is quarantined
These cases were discovered after regular testing on Wednesday. The three members tested positive for COVID-19, but their identities have not yet been determined. They will undergo a 10-day mandatory quarantine, which will be completed on November 6.
The other members of the Pakistan team will be quarantined until November 2 and will continue to undergo the necessary tests during this period.
Pakistan-West Indies ODI Series will start on November 8th
According to the PCB Covid-19 agreement, all team members have joined the biosafety environment after returning for two negative tests. These team members were vaccinated against Covid-19 in May.
Pakistan and the West Indies will hold three one-day international games at Karachi National Stadium from November 8th to 14th.
The last time the two teams played five ODI series was in the West Indies in July, where Javiria Khan and her players lost 2-3 to their opponents.
At the same time, the Pakistani men’s team performed well in the ongoing T20 World Cup. They won back-to-back victories against India and New Zealand in the second group of the Super 12 stage.