Pakistan Cricket Board will be reopen on March 24th due to Corna Outbreak :PCB

Pakistan Cricket Board will be reopen on March 24th due to Corna Outbreak :PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has chosen to revive its workplaces from March 24 regardless of the worldwide spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

As indicated by sources, the board is excited about tending to significant pending issues after the suspension of Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) season five. The group was delayed uncertainly after one outside player indicated manifestations of coronavirus.

The PCB’s Director Medical and Sports Sciences Dr Sohail Saleem will lead an observing group, which will complete clinical screening of staff entering board’s premises every day. The group contains Dr Riaz, Dr Muqaddas Umar, Dr Ali Bukhari, Dr Waqas Malik and Dr Amir Ashfaq.

It must be noticed that lone skeleton-staff has been approached to come to work while the rest have been encouraged to telecommute.

Prior, the PCB had suspended its every single residential rivalry and cricket exercises.

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