Wellington: The Pakistan cricket team have been cleared out of quarantine in New Zealand to prepare for the T20 and Test series. On day 12 of the quarantine, all team members tested negative for the coronavirus. He was cleared to travel to Queenstown, where he will be able to train in small groups.
Although the team was allowed to practice in small groups from the third day of the quarantine, but due to non-compliance with the protocol, this exemption was taken away from them. 6 members of the 53-member team from Pakistan were found positive for the coronavirus test after arriving in New Zealand and after the next test, the report of 2 other members turned positive.
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The New Zealand Ministry of Health said 52 members of the Pakistani team had been allowed to leave the Christchurch quarantine center. The ministry said in a statement: “A member will remain in Christchurch until he is fully recovered. A member’s report has turned negative and he will be returned from Auckland today where he was kept as a precaution after his arrival.
This person was showing symptoms of coronavirus after arriving here from Dubai, but the investigation report turned negative. Previously, Pakistan team head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said the players were mentally and physically exhausted during quarantine.