Former Pakistan women’s captain Sana Mir tests positive for COVID-19

Sana Mir

Former Pakistan ladies’ captain Sana Mir, who likewise shaped a piece of the critique board for the progressing Quaid-e-Azam prize last in Karachi, has tried positive for the novel Covid. Sana had indicated the manifestations of fever on Day 3 of the last match and along these lines went through a COVID-19 Test which came positive.

Mir has been secluded in the group inn at the Pearl Continental and didn’t head out to the arena on Monday, January 4. Her kindred observers, including Bazid Khan, Tariq Saeed, Ali Younis, Sikandar Bakhat and moderator Sawera Pasha didn’t show any side effects however were approached to get themselves tried. PCB will take a choice about the separation of different observers once their test reports are out.

The Pakistan Cricket Board had delivered an authority proclamation to declare the equivalent, in any case, they didn’t uncover the name of the telecaster who had tried positive for the Covid. In the authority explanation, PCB additionally explained that there was no contact between the telecasters and the players and they weren’t in any event, living in a similar inn.

“A telecaster at the #QeA20 has tried positive and has been disconnected. According to PCB COVID-19 Protocols and worldwide standards, the telecasters are neither collaborating with the players nor they are remaining in similar inn as the players,” PCB Media had tweeted.

Sana Mir’s vocation initially

Sana Mir was a diplomat of ladies’ cricket in Pakistan however she had reported her retirement from the game on April 25, 2020, stopping her celebrated cricket vocation of 15 years. Since her introduction in 2005 against Sri Lanka in a One Day International, Sana Mir highlighted in 102 ODIs scalping 151 wickets at an economy of 3.70.

Sana Mir likewise spoke to Pakistan in 106 T20 Internationals picking 89 wickets at an economy pace of 5.51 and normal of 23.4. She is put at a joint-fourth situation on the rundown ever ODI bowlers in the ladies’ down alongside West Indies’ Anisa Mohammed, after India’s Jhulan Goswami (225 wickets), Australia’s Cathryn Fitzpatrick (180) and Ellyse Perry (152).

Sana Mir drove Pakistan in 137 matches as a skipper from 2009 to 2017. Likewise, the previous commander additionally has a striking accomplishment of scoring 1,000 runs and scalping 100 wickets in One Day Internationals to her name.

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