- Airplane employed to minimise danger of any potential unfold of coronavirus
- Everybody a part of bio safe bubble will journey on aircraft
KARACHI: In an try to minimise the danger of contracting novel coronavirus amongst gamers and officers, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has employed a chartered aircraft for inter-city journey.
A PCB official stated the plane has been booked for home journey as a part of the bio-secure journey preparations for the gamers and officers who can be taking part within the Pakistan versus South Africa collection.
“Everyone who is part of bio secure bubble for the series like players, family members, match officials and support staff will travel on the chartered flight for inter city movement,” the official stated.
“They are going to be on identical plane in order that bubble to bubble switch can be a safe journey.”
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The board made similar arrangements to fly players and officials from Lahore to Karachi ahead of the first test against South Africa slated to start January 26 in the sea port city.
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The groups will then journey to Rawalpindi the place the second Check can be performed from February 4-8. Following the tip of the Check collection, the squads will journey to Lahore for the three-match T20 collection.