PCB CEO Waseem Khan has expressed fears that the players may be hit by Corona virus during the trip.
Talking to British News Agency, PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said that before the team left for New Zealand, all the players and coaching staff had undergone corona tests at Shaukat Khanum Hospital.
He said that the players may have contracted the virus during the long journey but it is not true that they got infected due to violation of protocol in New Zealand.
Wasim Khan was asked if it was the right decision to visit under such strict rules and regulations? The PCB CEO replied that the West Indian team is also in New Zealand, its players also completed 14 days quarantine in the same environment, only then they were allowed to train.
To a question, the CEO said that there is no threat to the tour at the moment but we are reviewing the situation. He added that it is likely that the first match of Pakistan Shaheens against New Zealand A will be canceled on December 10.
The selected players are also in quarantine, when they come out of it, it will not be easy for them to play without any practice.