According to PCB’s official statement, all 35 members of the South Africa-bound Pakistan white-ball squad, including 22 cricketers and 13 officials, have returned negative results for the coronavirus. As the result, the full squad will depart for Johannesburg in South Africa on a chartered flight on Friday, March 26.

“On the South Africa tour, Pakistan will play three ICC ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League matches from 2-7 April and four T20Is from 10-16 April. The side will then depart for

Harare, Zimbabwe, for three T20Is and two Tests, before returning home on 12 May,” the PCB’s statement informed.

Last week, the board had confirmed that one member of the squad that has been announced for the tour of South Africa tested positive for coronavirus on March 18.

There were 35 tests were conducted on the players and staff that will be going to South Africa and everyone tested negative, apart from one player. The unnamed player has now been cleared to join the squad for training.

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