The Pakistan team which headed to New Zealand for a T20 and Test series next month will go under fewer quarantine restrictions in New Zealand compared to what they faced in England earlier this year, according to Express Newspaper.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is yet to announce the COVID-19 test results of the 50 strong touring chances. The Pakistani squad will have to undergo 14 days mandatory quarantine period which will have 3 days of total isolation in the start. No one will be allowed to meet each other during these three days, including staff members. A COVID-19 test will be done of the fourth day, after which the tourists will be divide into 15 groups. Members of these groups will live and train in their in their own separate bases, but no one will be allowed to interact with other playing members of the teams as per the quarantine guidelines.
Once the 14 days if quarantine is over, another test will be done after which the players will be free to practice with each other.