Coronavirus Brought a Global Crisis and has Affected to Masses and hit Every Sphere of life. The Pandemic has ruined the Economy, Sports, Tourism, Education, and Entertainment industry. Recently, the Semi-Finals of Pakistan Super League is Postponed and there was Speculation regarding players, so they were TESTED. All Tests Conducted on PSL Players for COVID-19 Came out NEGATIVE.
Moreover, the contagious disease has tumbled down the PSL mania, predestinated, everything got stuck and wedged. Furthermore, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday inveterate 128 COVID-19 tests on the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 players, support staff, match officials, broadcasters and team owners on March 17 ALL CAME BACK NEGATIVE.
A Press is Released from the PCB officials
“Tests are conducted for safety care, as following a suspected COVID-19 case in one of the players. 17 tests — conducted on the Multan Sultans on March 16 — also came back negative. Meanwhile, the remaining 25 foreign players, support staff and match officials have already departed for their respective destinations.”
All Tests Conducted on PSL Players for COVID-19 Came out NEGATIVE
“One overseas player has been potentially suspected (of having contracted COVID-19). However, we cannot reveal the identity of that player. But there is indeed one suspected case and the player has left Pakistan already. It was critical for the integrity and credibility of PSL and the PCB that everyone was tested [for coronavirus].
With this in view, PCB is pleased with the outcome of the results and happy that all these players and officials have rejoined their families without any health and safety doubts or concerns. The PCB prays that normalcy returns quickly to our society so that playing fields can once again witness resumption of healthy activities.”
PCB ensured that it will stand side by side with the government to cope with the national health catastrophe
“We took the responsibility and were engaged with the government all the time and taking their minute-by-minute advice. We were continuing with their consent. We first made our decision to play in empty stadiums, gave
players the option to leave, reduced the number of days as well and all decisions we had taken were for the greater good”