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2 more foreign cricketers positive for virus in Pakistan

Two more foreign cricketers and one staffer tested positive for the coronavirus in the Pakistan Super League.

By: AP | Karachi |
Updated: March 3, 2021 1:35:16 pm
Cricket fans watch Pakistan Super League T20 cricket opening match between Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators at National Stadium, in Karachi. (AP Photo)

Two more foreign cricketers and one staffer tested positive for the coronavirus in the Pakistan Super League on Tuesday.

One unnamed player was from Islamabad United, while the other two’s names and teams were not identified by Pakistan Cricket Board media and communications director Sami Ul Hasan.

They bring to four the number of known infections in the league after Australian legspinner Fawad Ahmed tested positive on Saturday. His Islamabad side had its scheduled game against Quetta Gladiators on Monday postponed to Tuesday.

Hasan said that game will go ahead, and the league will continue with testing every three days. Spectators will also continue to be allowed.

All four people who tested positive are in 10-day isolation.

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