Pakistan cricket officials ask New Zealand health ministry to share test reports

Fahad PervezWeb Editor

30th Nov, 2020. 08:49 pm
Pakistan cricket officials ask NZ ministry to share Covid-19 test reports

Pakistan cricket team officials have asked the New Zealand health ministry to share the test reports of the Covid-19.

New Zealand health authorities has taken the test again of the players who were declared Covid-19 positive. However the health ministry has shared some results and they did not reveal as to how many who were announced corona positive were carrying the dead virus from the second test.

Pakistan Cricket Board’s Medical and Sports Sciences head, Dr.Sohail Saleem, who is associated the team on the tour, wrote a letter to New Zealand’s health ministry asking for second test results.

The results of the tests are likely to control if Pakistan squad are to be allowed to train during their achieved separation period.

An official of the team in Christchurch has confirmed that the tests have already been conducted and results are likely in the next 24 hours.

“Following the results of these tests, the Canterbury DHB medical officer of health will conduct an assessment of whether the team members who have not returned positive tests can have an exception from managed isolation to train,” a spokesperson for the New Zealand health minister said.

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