New Zealand authorities ease some restrictions for Pakistan squad.

CHRISTCHURCH -- The authorities in New Zealand have started to ease some restrictions on the Pakistan Cricket squad that is currently in a managed isolation facility in Christchurch.

A team source confirmed to Geo News that following a discussion between board officials and two negative tests of 47 members of the squad, some exemptions were granted to the players and officials.

'Those who have returned with two negative COVID19 test results since arrival in New Zealand are now allowed to have a walk in an adjacent ground during the allocated time to their group,' the source said.

It is worth mentioning that Pakistan's squad was divided into four groups at their arrival in New Zealand and each group was physically disconnected from other groups.

The source added that players are also allowed to go to their balconies and interact with other group members from there maintaining a reasonable distance.

The PCB has also requested the authorities in...

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