Pakistan crew clears fifth Covid test, to leave oversaw separation on Tuesday


The visiting Pakistan crew has returned negative in the fifth round of Covid-19 tests and will currently have the option to leave their oversaw disengagement on Tuesday, subject to freedom from the wellbeing service, New Zealand Cricket said on Monday.

The 53-part Pakistan group was denied the option to prepare while in oversaw disconnection in New Zealand after eight individuals from the visiting crew had tried positive for Covid-19.

“This is to prompt the Pakistan crew’s fifth and last day 12, Covid-19 tests have all been returned as negative,” NZC said in an explanation.

“As an outcome, and forthcoming last Ministry of Health endorsement, the crew will leave oversaw disconnection tomorrow and fly to Queenstown, where they will prepare in front of the T20 and Test arrangement against the BLACKCAPS.”

Pakistan is planned to play three T20Is, starting in Auckland on December 18 followed by two Tests beginning December 26.

Six individuals from the Pakistan group had tried positive on appearance, while two more returned positive tests later and every one of the eight is presently in isolation.

“The individual from the Pakistan crew who tried positive on Day 6 will stay in oversaw separation until leaving, negative tests allowing,” NZC said.

“Furthermore, the individual from the crew who was taken into isolate in Auckland in the wake of showing up from Dubai feeling unwell however in this manner testing negative has additionally been cleared to leave the office.”

Pakistan lead trainer Misbah-ul-Haq on Sunday said not having the option to prepare while being in overseen disengagement has influenced his side’s arrangement in front of the arrangement.