Pakistan Super League Postponed after Coronavirus Cases
Pakistan Super League has been postponed due to the reason of high rising Covid-19 positive cases recently. The Pakistan Super League was suspended after seven players tested positive for the coronavirus, the country’s cricket board said.
The ongoing 2021 edition of the PSL has been postponed indefinitely pic.twitter.com/bbtzqjXL9z
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The decision was was made in a meeting between the organizing committee and the team owners and management on Thursday (March 4 2020)
“The decision was made after seven cases were reported in the competition, which had started on 20 February,” an official release from the PCB stated
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“The PCB, as an immediate step, will focus on the safe and secure passage of all participants, and arrange repeat PCR tests, vaccines and isolation facilities to the six participating sides,” the release from PCB
The PCB “will focus on the safe and secure passage of all participants, and arrange repeat PCR tests, vaccines and isolation facilities to the six participating sides”, it added.
Three positive cases
Organizers called for meeting after three positive cases were reported , including batsman Tom Baton and Karachi Kings fielding coach Kamran Khan and Quetta Gladiators. After the day comes within days of Quetta’s Fawad Ahmed testing positive, which led to the Pakistan Super League Postponed.
The Ongoing 2021 Edition Of The PSL Has Been Postponed Indefinitely … 🙃💔
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PCB’s Bio Secure on questioned
According to details, seven players and one support staff of official tested positive for corona virus which lead to question over PCB’s bio-secure bubble arrangements and reservations from foreign players.
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