PCB agreed to use Karachi performance centre as a stay rooms facility for the paramedics in these troubled times

The Pakistan Cricket Board had decided to convert the Karachi performance centre into a lodge temporarily for the paramedics facility amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.  As per the Sindh government request, PCB agreed to change its state of the art  Hanif Mohammad High Performance centre located in Karachi as temporary stay rooms for boarding to the paramedic staff who were working at Expo Centre Hospital.

The Chief Operating Officer of the PCB, Salman Naseer said “the PCB is pleased by the Singh government to offer its state of the art Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre as the boarding rooms to stay for the paramedic staff of Expo Central Hospital, so that they can work more effectively and spend more time efficiently on serving those who are infected from COVID-19.”

As per the time of this report, there are overall 822 COVID-19 infected cases from Pakistan put of which seven people lost their lives due to the affect.

“ In these challenging and difficult times, all the paramedics are the real heroes as they are risking their own lives with an intention of saving our lives and well-being of many infected by COVID-19.”

After England international Alex Hales’ COVID-19 symptoms, the PCB had decided to postpone its Super League operations at present.

As per the discussion between the Print media of the Pakistan and Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan, PCB working on developing the domestic set up in the country. For a particular period of time, there would be no cricketing actions taking place as per the cricket board estimation.