After 5 positive tests, Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf comes COVID-19 negative in 6th attempt

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Srinagar, July 29: It has been very difficult time for Pakistan young pacer Haris Rauf who had been struggling get rid off the Coronavirus from his body.

Pacer who was initially selected as part of them Pakistan cricket team for England tour had tested Postive repeatedly for COVID-19. On Tuesday ARY News reported that Rauf latest test result has come out negative.

Haris was tested COVID-19 positive for five which ousted him from team’s arrival to England in June. The cricketer went into isolation immediately and the PCB was monitoring his health regularly, ARY reported.

Now, after being tested negative once, Haris will undergo a second test today (Wednesday) and if that comes back negative, he will be eligible to join the national team in England.

Pakistan is scheduled to play three matches Test series against England from August 5. Later on, green shirts will lock horns with the home side in three T20Is.