PCB has finished its first period of Coronavirus vaccination for players and support staff, the board shared on Twitter Friday.

The vaccination drive began March 4 in Karachi and continued till May 6.

In the 1st stage, 57 men players, 13 officials of the men’s group, and 13 NHPC men and woman coaches were vaccinated against Covid.

PCB Media Tweet

The vaccinations were done in a joint effort with the Pakistan government’s National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).

Many Franchise players and support staff other than PCB match officials engaged with the February March period of the HBL Pakistan Super League (three-match referees, three umpires) were also immunized.

The vaccination drive began March 4 in Karachi and proceeded till May 6 when eight players – part of Pakistan’s crew for the continuous Test series against Zimbabwe – were given second portions in Harare.

In the other stage, staying domestic men cricketers, national women cricketers, age-group cricketers, and support staff of the domestic, national women, and age-group teams will be vaccinated, read an explanation given by the PCB. The second phase is expected to commence shortly.

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