Britain cricketer Alex Hales gave an announcement after reports proposed he had contracted coronavirus before leaving Pakistan Super League (PSL). As indicated by PTI, previous Test skipper and analyst Ramiz Raja asserted that Hales may have demonstrated side effects of the feared COVID-19 preceding flying back halfway through the now-deferred PSL. 

Hales subdued such talks through his internet based life handle. Hales' post read: "A report on my circumstance, remain safe everybody." 

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Hales articulation read: "considering the theory and gossip that is as of now circling inside the cricketing scene and via web-based networking media, I believed I expected to give a full clarification of my circumstance. In the same way as other different abroad players, I hesitantly left the Pakistan Super League early in light of the fact that, with COVID-19 arriving at worldwide pandemic status, I felt it was progressively critical to be with my family as opposed to confront a time of lock down a huge number of miles from home." 

"I came back to the UK early horns on Saturday early daytime feeling impeccably fit and sound and with definitely no indications of the infection. In any case, I arose at an early stage Sunday early daytime having built up a fever and followed the administration's recommendation of self-seclusion, a procedure I am as yet following having built up a dry and tenacious hack. 


"At this stage, it is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to be tried in spite of the fact that I am confident that may be the situation later today with the goal that I can get supreme affirmation of my present wellbeing status," the announcement further included. 

Hales, who played for Karachi Kings in the alliance, left right on time for home with other English players after the episode of the infection in Pakistan. 

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"What I cannot deny is that he is yet to have tests however we don't know whether the side effects he has is of Corona or not. Be that as it may, we as a whole currently should be extremely wary and clearly embrace a good judgment way to deal with manage this issue," Raja said. 

Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan had additionally said that an outside player who took an interest in the alliance is suspected to have coronavirus. Khan didn't uncover the name of the player or on the off chance that he is at present in Pakistan or not. 

As a prudent step, all PSL players and telecasters are currently being tried for the infection, Khan had told the media.

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