England opener Alex Hales has denied experiences that he was affected by coronavirus whereas taking part in within the Pakistan Super League (PSL). In truth, former Pakistan captain and commentator Rameez Raza stated that the choice to postpone the league was made as a result of a participant from the franchise Karachi Kings collaborating on this league was contaminated with coronavirus. <! –
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Hales, who performed for the Karachi Kings within the PSL, issued an announcement saying that he wanted to be along with his household and therefore he left the match early. He additionally stated that he’s sick after leaving PSL.
Hales stated in an announcement, "At the moment there is a rumor going on in the cricket world and on social media and looking at it, I feel that I need to give a complete explanation about my situation. Like other foreign players, I also have PSL Feeling quick to leave because Kovid-19 is spreading globally. I felt that I should be near my family at this time. "
PSL canceled on account of Alex Hales contaminated with Coronavirus, says Rameez Raza
Hales continued, "I returned to England in the early Saturday and at that time I was fully fit and had no symptoms. However when I woke up on Sunday morning I had fever and then according to the instructions of the government, I myself Separated from the crowd (self-isolation). This is a process that I am still carrying out. At the moment it is not possible to have a full investigation into the matter, so I hope it can happen later Land. So will later get full information about my health. "
Earlier, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Wasim Khan had stated, "A player was suffering from coronavirus but he is not in Pakistan". The CEO, nevertheless, didn’t identify the participant.
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Wasim stated that the choice to postpone PSL matches has been taken following an order issued by the federal government. He had stated, "We have decided to postpone PSL matches keeping in mind the safety of everyone including the players."
So far 184 circumstances of coronavirus have been confirmed in Pakistan. Pakistan has postponed the upcoming ODI and Test match with Bangladesh on account of Coronavirus. Bangladesh's workforce was to achieve Karachi on 29 March, the place it was scheduled to play ODI with host Pakistan on 1 April after which from 5 to 9 April.