The chief executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board has warned players on tour in New Zealand to obey COVID-19 protocols or the whole team risks being sent home. In a WhatsApp voice note sent to Pakistan players on Thursday, Wasim Khan said he was given a “final warning” by both New Zealand Cricket and its government after six Pakistan players tested positive for the coronavirus on arriving in the country. “They also said there were three to four breaches of protocols,” Khan said. New Zealand Cricket said while the positive cases were disappointing, their early discovery showed government protocols around touring teams are working. Pakistan is scheduled to play three Twenty20 internationals against New Zealand, starting on Dec. 18, followed by two test matches.
Source: Fox News November 26, 2020 17:26 UTC