Women’s emerging camp delayed after player tests COVID-19 positive


Karachi: The start of the women’s emerging camp has been delayed after a player part of the group, tested COVID-19 positive, ARY Sports reported.

All were quarantined after one of the 27 players tested positive. The players were put into isolation as part of ‘COVID-19 protocols’.

Meanwhile, the Sindh government has not yet given written permission to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to set up the camp at Moin Khan Cricket Academy.

The Women’s Emerging Camp was scheduled to start from April 3. The second testing of the players and coaching staff will take place on Tuesday

The PCB is awaiting the permission of the Sindh government and negative virus reports of the camp participants.

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