A Pakistani domestic cricketer, Bismillah Khan, has tested positive for COVID-19 and is under isolation, according to a report.
A report in ESPNcricinfo stated that Balochistan wicketkeeper-batsman Khan had shown symptoms during his team’s second-round match against Southern Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam trophy. However, he wasn’t tested until the fourth day, after which he was substituted on the field by Adnan Akmal.
The development raised doubts over the ongoing tournament as all six teams were staying in the same hotel but the Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed that all players, personnel and match officials involved in the competition have tested negative for the virus and have been declared fit to play in the third round, starting Friday.
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