The 6th edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL)has been postponed due to rising COVID-19 cases among the players and officials concerned in the tournament, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The choice was taken later than an emergency meeting among the PCB and the franchises.
The PCB had thought the three most-recent cases are from two dissimilar teams and they were tested on Wednesday afternoon later than reporting symptoms. The PCB thought the choice had been taken out of deliberation for the health and happiness of every participants in the tournament.
Some of the players have supposedly started going back to their country, while preparations have started to obtain officials vaccinate against coronavirus. Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana said they thought PSL should be postponed even earlier than it had started agreed the ongoing pandemic situation.
Seven coronavirus cases have been reported during the PSL.
The decision to postpone the tournament was made after a meeting with franchise owners.
PCB CEO says “we will find a window and finish those [remaining] matches”.