The key quick bowler of the nationwide cricket workforce, Naseem Shah, who has examined constructive for COVID-19, has been despatched home for self-isolation, mentioned the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The workforce administration additionally confirmed that the pacer would depart for New Zealand with the workforce.
On September 29, the PCB mentioned the pacer contracted Coronavirus hours after the board confirmed that he had been identified with pneumonia.
On September 28, the Pakistan workforce’s key quick bowler was admitted to a hospital. He later joined the nationwide workforce at an area resort after he was discharged from the hospital.
The PCB spokesperson mentioned that Naseem Shah will comply with all precautionary measures by isolating himself at home for the following two days.
According to the spokesperson of the nationwide workforce, Naseem Shah is not going to play the following two matches of the seven-match Twenty20 International collection towards England.
The quick bowler will depart for New Zealand with the workforce on Sunday as his isolation interval will come to an finish on Saturday.
According to the board’s spokesperson, the PCB’s medical panel will proceed evaluating Naseem Shah’s well being.
In a current tweet, the pacer mentioned he was feeling higher.