A few days after expelling Naseem Shah from the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for breaching the tournament's Covid protocols, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) took a u-turn after compromising on its Covid-19 protocols.

The board has allowed fast bowler Naseem Shah to re-enter the bio-secure bubble of his franchise Quetta Gladiators. The last 20 games of the postponed tournament are being played in the United Arab Emirates.

The 18-year-old Shah was expelled last Monday from the remainder of PSL after arriving at a team hotel in Lahore with an outdated negative test for Covid-19.

PCB’s protocols required all players traveling to Abu Dhabi to present a negative test taken not more than 48 hours prior to arrival at the team hotel. Shah presented a report on Monday from a test that was conducted on May 18.
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