Three players under medical vigilance in Women’s training Camp


Karachi: A player tested COVID-19 positive, another player and support personnel staff member have withdrawn due to health issues as National Women’s High-Performance Camp begins in Karachi. 

According to the details, a player was tested COVID-19 positive in the second testing and has been sent immediately into self-isolation. Whereas, another player support personnel staff member showed symptoms of Upper Respiratory Tract Infection.

The three squad members’ progress will be regularly monitored by the PCB’s medical panel. They will be allowed to reintegrate with the rest of the squad after complete recovery subject to retesting with negative results as per PCB Domestic COVID -19 SOPs.

The National Women’s High-Performance Camp aims to get the players back in rhythm as cricket activities resume after a long gap due to widely spread virus.

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