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42 members of Pakistan squad clear 3rd-coronavirus test: Pak vs New Zealand

According to an official of the New Zealand health ministry, 42 members of Pakistani Cricket squad have received 3rd negative COVID-19 test results after day-6 testing, on Tuesday.

Total 46 members of the squad, who were initially tested negative, were tested on Monday again and of them, 42 have received negative results. Three results are still under investigation to determine if they are historical cases and one result is pending.

“Day 6 swabs were taken yesterday from 46 members of the Pakistan cricket squad in Christchurch who to date have returned negative test results for COVID-19,” said the spokesperson of the New Zealand health ministry.

However, the spokesperson added that the team is not allowed to train until the Canterbury DHB medical officer of health determines they are satisfied that any training activities are unlikely to transmit COVID-19.

Six members of Pakistan squad were tested positive on day-1 of testing, two of them were later confirmed as “historical”, non-infectious and were subsequently allowed to rejoin the squad.

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