The third COVID-19 test of the Pakistan Cricket Team was tested on Monday and forty-two of forty-six members were tested negative. One out of the three tests that were under consideration has been tested positive as the examination has come out a few hours back.
The trio results were held back with forty-two negative tests. With one being COVID-19 positive, the remaining two tests are still under investigation. Consequently, a total of eight positive cases have been reported since the Men in Green have arrived at Christchurch, New Zealand.
Eight Pakistani player tests COVID-19 positive in New Zealand
The first six positive cases were amidst the breaching of COVID-19 protocols that the hosts took seriously and were furious as a consequence. The NZC gave threats to the team for the tour cancelation but later, the guidelines and protocols were eased a bit as the two boards signed the latest agreement.
The forty-two that have been now negative, will undergo the fourth test on Thursday. The clearance will drive them to the training procedure by Friday.
The two teams are to play a three-match T20I series that will be followed by a two-match T20I series. The tour is to be commenced by 18th December.