KARACHI ( REPORTBEAT ) – matches of Pakistan Super League’ 6th edition are not being postponed, Pakistan cricket board (PCB) Media Director Sami Ul Hassan Burni said on Tuesday.
Sami Ul Hassan Burni had said that four players have been tested positive and their tests will be conducted again. The Spectators have also been directed to follow COVID-19 SOPs.
“Today’s match between Quetta and Islamabad will go ahead as scheduled,” said Burney. “We have conducted 244 PCR tests since yesterday, which returned three positive Covid-19 results. Two of these are foreign players while one is local support staff member.”
“Test will be conducted on coming Thursday as well,” he added.
50 per cent crowds will be allowed to attend matches till March 16.
Burney also confirmed that PCB and franchises officials will hold a virtual meeting, at 3:00 pm PST, to discuss bio-secure bubble protocols.
“The HBL PSL organizing committee has sent a reminder to every team about exercising caution. This includes wearing a mask and avoid unnecessary movement on floors of the hotel,” he said.