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The 2020 edition of the Pakistan Super League became the latest to join the longstanding list of cricket tournaments that have been postponed due to the global pandemic that is coronavirus COVID-19. 

But, the apex cricketing body in the country had to postpone the event after it emerged that foreign players had developed COVID-19 symptoms, with commentator Rameez Raja tweeting about the same. That player was Alex Hales. However, the English opener later clarified that he had gone into self-isolation due to fever and persistent dry



cough.

The PCB, on Wednesday, revealed that around 100 people including players and everyone that is associated with the now postponed league have underdone COVID-19 test.

“We are expecting the first results later tonight or tomorrow,” a PCB official was quoted as saying by Times of India.

He added, “Until now no test result has come but we have taken all precautionary steps to ensure the health and safety of players and officials belonging to the semi-finalist teams, umpires, commentators and even PCB officials and production staff members.”
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