Six Pakistani cricketers tested positive for COVID-19 after entering New Zealand
According to New Zealand media reports, on November 26, six members of the Pakistani cricket team tested positive for the novel coronavirus after entering New Zealand. They are currently quarantined in Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand.
According to the introduction, there are 53 members of the Pakistani cricket team. They went to New Zealand to participate in the T20 cricket series. Their first game was against the New Zealand Black Hats on December 18.
Before leaving Pakistan, the whole team was tested for COVID-19, and the results were all negative. At present, the training privileges of the Pakistani team have been abolished.
Cricket is a popular sport in the Commonwealth countries. In addition to New Zealand and Pakistan, the T20 Cricket Series in the 2020-2021 season also includes Australia, Bangladesh and the West Indies.
Previously, the West Indies team was also temporarily disqualified from training because its members violated New Zealand quarantine regulations.