- Sana Mir exams optimistic for COVID-19
- She is isolating at Pearl Continental Resort
- Former cricket captain was in PCB commentary field when she first confirmed signs
LAHORE: Former Pakistan ladies’s cricket crew captain Sana Mir has examined optimistic for coronavirus
The 34-year-old cricket star is a part of the printed panel for the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. She was within the Pakistan Cricket Board commentary field for the ultimate between Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkwa within the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
ESPN cricinfo reported that Mir had confirmed signs of fever on day three of the match, and subsequently underwent a check, which got here optimistic.
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Following the information, the complete manufacturing crew, in addition to those that may need are available shut contact with Mir, have been requested by the PCB to bear COVID-19 exams, with outcomes anticipated tonight.
Mir is isolating on the crew resort at Pearl Continental
Mir introduced her retirement from cricket in April final 12 months. In her 15-year profession, she performed 120 ODIs and 106 T20Is.