After having been told on Tuesday that he tested positive for Coronavirus in the tests conducted by Pakistan Cricket Board, Pakistan senior cricketer Mohammad Hafeez has claimed that he tested negative in the tests he conducted on Wednesday.
Mohammad Hafeez who according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), is one of 10 players to have contracted the virus, claimed this on his official Twitter handle.
“After testing positive [for] COVID-19 according to PCB testing report yesterday, as a second opinion and for satisfaction, I personally went to get tested again along with my family and here I along with my all family members are reported negative,” he tweeted.
The cricketer even posted his test result online as proof.
In another Tweet hafeez had said, “Tested Corona positive acc to test arranged by PCB but Alham du Lillah I m absolutely fine and asymptomatic, immediately isolated myself from my family.i hv been Running, doing gym, practicing hard in last 2 weeks nd feeling absolutely fine. Waiting for my family test reports”.
While the result report did mention that a negative test result does not always mean that the virus is missing in the patient’s system, it nonetheless has cast enough doubt on the credibility of tests conducted by the PCB.