Six COVID-19 cases have popped up in the Pakistan cricket contingent in New Zealand – four new cases and two “historical” – while there have been revelations of breaches of isolation.
According to ESPNcricinfo, it is unclear whether the six persons are players or other members of Pakistan’s touring party.
The results are from tests conducted on Pakistan’s arrival in New Zealand on November 24th and each member of the squad will have to undergo a minimum of four tests while in managed isolation.
NZC also revealed that some members of the Pakistan contingent had “contravened protocols” on day one of their managed isolation.
They were caught on CCTV and the team has been issued a “final warning.”
Another breach could get the player involved deported and jeopardize the tour.