Former Pakistan team captain and Quetta Gladiators all-rounder Shahid Afridi has tested positive for coronavirus.

The star-player will quarantine at home following the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) protocols and will be reintegrated into the squad after seven days of quarantine and negative test.

Afridi went to a hospital on Wednesday after seeking permission from the team management

The all-rounder said that he will complete the required three-day quarantine period, after which he will join the squad.

He had asked the franchise management to excuse him from the bio-secure bubble due to personal and health issues.

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