On Saturday, another member of the Pakistan cricket team has been tested positive for coronavirus during routine testing carried out by the health ministry of New Zealand.
Apart from the six who have already returned a positive result, the rest of the findings from the squad’s day 3 swab testing was negative.
As the result was reported outside the reporting timeframe of New Zealand., this case will be added to the total case numbers of the ministry.
According to the details, the Pakistan national team will be undergoing a day six testing next as planned.
The latest member who is tested positive for the novel virus has been interviewed and close contacts, including flight contacts, have been, or are in the process of being, contacted.
Moreover, all the passengers who were traveling in the same flight as the Pakistan cricket team are in a MIQ facility and are in a 14-day quarantine.
Earlier, Six members of the Pakistan cricket team who traveled to New Zealand had tested positive for the coronavirus, confirmed by the New Zealand Cricket Board on Thursday.
According to the details, Sarfaraz Ahmed was among the six players who have rested positive for the novel virus in New Zealand.
Test fast bowlers Naseem Shah and Mohammad Abbas had also tested positive for the coronavirus. Rohail Nazir, Danish Aziz, and opener Abid Ali had also been tested positive for coronavirus.