Pakistani Cricket Team Passes Fifth Coronavirus Test, Set to Leave Managed Isolation on December 8, 2020, New Zealand Cricket Confirms | Pakistani cricket team passed 5th coronavirus test, quarantine will now be transferred to Queenstown

Christchurch: The Pakistan cricket team was found negative in the 5th round of the coronavirus test. Now, the whole team will come out of quarantine on December 8, provided that the Ministry of Sports (Ministry of Health) receives the green signal. New Zealand Cricket gave this information on Monday. He was not allowed to practice after 8 members of the Pakistani team tested positive for COVID-19.

New Zealand Cricket said in a statement: ‘The Pakistan cricket team’s 5th and final coronavirus test took place on the 12th day in which all negatives were found. After approval from the Department of Health, the team will leave quarantine tomorrow and travel to Queenstown where they will train ahead of the T20 and Test series.

The team will fly to Queenstown, where they will train before the T20 and Test series against the BLACKCAPS. The Pakistani team member who tested positive on day 6 will remain in managed isolation until departure, allowing negative tests. Part 2/2 #NZvPAK

– BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) December 7, 2020

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Pakistan are set to play a three-game T20 series from Auckland starting December 18. The 2-Test series will begin on December 26. New Zealand Cricket said: “Members of the Pakistani team who tested positive on the sixth day will remain in quarantine until the negative report comes in.”
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