Following a rapid increase in the number of COVID-19 positive cases around the country, the Pakistan Cricket Board has created new protocols for the forthcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022.
Everyone associated with the PSL, according to sources, must spend at least three days in quarantine. Foreign players and Pakistani nationals will be quarantined from January 20. In the event of a positive test, the infected person will be placed in quarantine for ten days.
Players’ families will not be allowed to accompany them during the PSL 7, according to reports. According to reports, a match must have a minimum of 13 players to be finished. If there are fewer than 13 people available, a match will not be possible.
If a coronavirus outbreak occurs during PSL 7, the event will be rescheduled after a seven-day delay.
According to sources, the PSL 7 will have a reserve pool of 24 players. The reserve pool will be isolated starting January 20. Players will be chosen from this reserve pool if necessary. The reserve pool will be made up of local players.
The Pakistan Cricket Board, according to reports, has created a plan to wind off the competition by February 27.