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Pakistan’s cricket players hit by viral infection

As per some reports, currently viral on social media, some players got fever in the past few days
Pakistan cricket team celebrates during the first ODI match in Hambantota in southern Sri Lanka - X/@TheRealPCB
Pakistan cricket team celebrates during the first ODI match in Hambantota in southern Sri Lanka - X/@TheRealPCB

A number of players in the national cricket team are feeling unwell while they are on tour for the World Cup 2023 in India.

As per some reports, currently viral on social media, some players got fever in the past few days and most of them have fully recovered from it. Those who are in the stage of recovery remain under the team medical panel’s observation.

According to some credible sources in the cricket sphere, leg-spinner Osama Mir is one of the most affected, enduring a quarantine period and battling illness for five days.

Fortunately, Osama Mir tested negative for COVID-19 and dengue in every test that was performed on him. Despite the initial setback, Osama Mir’s rehabilitation is progressing well.

Shaheen was taken to a medical facility where he was given antibiotics.

Abdullah Shafiq has a significantly high temperature, and the team’s medical staff is actively monitoring his health. To choose the best course of treatment, doctors are performing extensive tests.

Zaman Khan is also rumored to have a viral infection, which raises more questions for the team.

The training session of the Pakistan team was also cancelled earlier, but after some time there was an update that the team will participate in the training session at the Chinnaswamy Stadium from 6 to 8pm today.

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