LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to quarantine and conduct coronavirus tests for all Pakistan Super League (PSL) affiliates.
According to sources, coronavirus testing will be completed as soon as possible.
Sources further said that all the tests belonging to the Pakistan Super League will be completed at the hotel.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed that the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League have been postponed due to fear of Coronavirus.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive Wasim Khan has said that PCB decided to postpone Pakistan Super League (PSL) Season 5 only after suspected symptoms of coronavirus found in a foreign player.
HBL PSL 2020 postponed, to be rescheduled. More details to follow in due course#HBLPSLV
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He said that matches would be rescheduled as conditions improved.
The Chief Executive PCB made it clear that ‘We strongly supports all government measures related to the virus’.
Rameez Raja confirms that PSL’s Karachi King’s player Alex Hales is tested positive for coronavirus.
More cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Punjab and Sindh as the number of affected people has increased to 195.
It should be noted that a patient who remain14 days in Taftan Quarantine died in Lahore today.
According to sources, the patient was undergoing treatment at Mayo Hospital in Lahore, which was identified as Ghulam Imran.
Sources said that the victim was a resident of Hafizabad and had returned from Iran via Taftan Border and then spent 14 days in Quarantine.
Sources said that Ghulam Imran was brought to Mayo Hospital last night in a critical condition and was kept in the ICU but there was no ventilator facility in the Hospital.