Pakistan Cricket Team was tested for coronavirus by the English and Wales Cricket Board’s medical panel upon arrival in England.
The ECB’s medical panel tested 20 Pakistani cricketers along with 12 team officials. Bowling coach Waqar Younis was also tested.
It should be noted that the team arrived from Lahore on Sunday in Manchester via a chartered plane. The side was transported to Worcestershire where they will go for a 14-day period of isolation. And at Blackfinch New Road train and practice will be allowed. On 13 July the side moves to Derbyshire.
Worcestershire County Cricket Club took to its official Twitter account and welcomed the Pakistan cricket team at their stadium.
🏡 Welcome to @TheRealPCB
Huge thanks to everyone for their massive effort over the past few months to get Blackfinch New Road into top shape again 🙌 pic.twitter.com/l0rtBFZFX9
— Worcestershire CCC (@WorcsCCC) June 29, 2020
The first Test will be played at Manchester on August 5, according to the provisional timetable. Pakistan will play the remaining two games in Southampton, respectively on 13 and 21 August.