The Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday decided to close down offices at its headquarters in Lahore after a senior official tested positive for COVID-19.

The PCB decided to adopt a safety-first approach soon after the official tested positive and asked its employees to work from home.

The COVID-19 case comes just a few days after the PCB was forced to postpone the Pakistan Super League in Karachi after six cricketers and a support staff tested positive for the disease.

Since the postponement, the board has faced stringent criticism about its handling of the bio-secure bubble and its implementation for the teams at the hotel and stadium here.

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With many reports emerging of laxity shown by the medical personnel/officials in enforcing the bio-secure bubble, PCB chairman Ehsan Mani, appointed an independent panel to probe as to what went…

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