Pakistani Skipper Babar Azam has been tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Earlier it was revealed by New Zealand Cricket Board that six members of the Pakistan contingent that have traveled to New Zealand have tested positive for the coronavirus.
According to the details, New Zealand Cricket Board said that six members of the Pakistan contingent has been tested for the coronavirus upon their arrival in Christchurch.
“NZC was made aware today that six members of the Pakistan touring squad, currently in managed isolation in Christchurch, have tested positive for COVID-19,” said the board in a statement.
The board said that two out of the six were cases of reinfection, while the other four were marked as “new”. It added that following the test results the six individuals will be moved to the “quarantine arm of the managed isolation facility”.