PCB told non-PSL players to follow Covid-19 Sops due to the second wave
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has issued an advisory for the players who will not be a part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 this year told them to take care atleast for 10 days due to the second wave of the pandemic in the country.
This advisory by the Pakistan Cricket Board medical panel told players as well as the match officials and staff members to limit their travel and gathering and take all the necessary safe guards at their home.
Moreover, the players have been advised to train in open spaces and abide by the Covid-19 SOPs set by the government.
While the players and officials contributing in the PSL 2020 starting tomorrow have been placed in a ‘biosecure’ bubble, those whose teams were knocked out in round robin stages, such as Shadab Khan and Sarfaraz Ahmed, are on their own.
Pakistan Super League Matches are starting from Saturday 14th November 2020.
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