Coronavirus fears, PSL 2020 matches to be held as per schedule in Karachi


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Sindh News Minister Nasir Hussain Shah shelved speculation on Tuesday that 2020 Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches may not be held in the city due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus in Pakistan. Held.

Shah said at a press conference at the stadium that all PSL 5 live streaming matches to be held at the national stadium will be on schedule. He made the remarks because there were reports that the provincial health department would forward the proposal to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to ban public gatherings.

They also came, when the province reported two more cases of the virus, one in Karachi and one in Hyderabad.

The Minister of Information said: “The virus is not as deadly as described, nor is it possible to fully recover from a contracted person.” He added that the first identified patient had been discharged and his family had been screened and no Coronavirus symptoms.

When asked if the audience should watch the PSL Live, he said they welcomed it and could watch the game without any fear.

“We will provide disinfectants and arrange for inspections,” he said.

Shah, along with PCB officials and health department officials, reviewed the arrangements for the National Stadium before the press conference.

The stadium match will be held from March 12th to 17th.

Provide “advice” to the audience
According to a press release released by CM House on Tuesday evening, Sindh CM Shah said that the PSL competition will be held on March 12 because they have already held the competition in the city.

Shah instructed Sindh Mushtaq Mehar Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah and the Police Inspector General (IGP) to make the necessary arrangements to organize a PSL match as planned.

But he added: “I want you to advise the audience.” He instructed local government minister Syed Nasir Shah and commissioner Karachi Iftikhar Shahalwani to meet with PCB authorities to discuss preventive measures.

The chief minister urged them to install hand-washing boxes and sterilizers at the national stadium and issued advice to people with a history of travel in Iran not to visit the stadium.

The Commissioner and the PCB authorities will develop a detailed prevention plan based on the advice already issued by the health sector.

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