Former Pakistan Women cricket captain Sana Mir was tested positive for COVID-19 while reporting the current final match of Quaid-Azam Trophy.
Source said that, she was dismissed from the reporting team and was under isolation. Last year the cricket star got retired from the International cricket.
The other members in the reporting team were stay close to her so they too underwent for the COVID-19 test in Karachi. At the National Stadium in Karachi the final match between the Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is going on that time.
In her 15 years of cricket career the 34 year aged Sana Mir played 226 Internationals and from the year 2009 to 2017 she was the captain for total 137 matches.
At the Asia games in 2010 and 2014 she won two gold medals to his country as the captain of the Pakistan team. After her retirement in last year she worked as a commentator in domestic events and the Pakistan Super League.
The Pakistan Cricket Board follows strict health rules with the players, supporting staffs and umpires. In hotels they were living in the bio-secure bubble.
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The players and officials must not go anywhere and talk to anyone. So the PCB asked the media representative to shift from the third floor to the stadium where the commentary box is kept. The players and officials gave there press conference through the video links.