The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has informed that a player, whose name was not disclosed, has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of PSL 6.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has informed that a player, whose name was not disclosed, has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which starts here on Saturday.

“A player from another franchise team who had shown symptoms and was in isolation has tested positive,” PCB said in an official release.

“He will now remain in quarantine for 10 days and will require two negative tests in order to integrate again with the side in accordance with the applicable re-entry protocols,” the statement added.

The apex body also revealed that another player and an official of a separate team have been placed under three-day quarantine for breaching the bio-secure bubble.

They had come in contact with a person outside the PSL bio-bubble. They will now require two negative Tests during their quarantine before they can re-enter the bubble.

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“The PCB is disappointed that two members of one of the sides showed carelessness and violated the bio-secure bubble protocols by coming into a contact with a person who was not part of the bubble,” the statement read.

“As reiterated previously, the health and safety of all individuals associated with HBL Pakistan Super League 6 is of paramount importance to the PCB and the event,” the statement further added.

“All players, player support personnel, match officials and family members are once again reminded to diligently follow the PCB Covid-19 protocols as the PCB will not allow anyone to affect the integrity and credibility of the tournament.”

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