According to a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, the UAE has issued visas to South African players as well as staff of broadcasters from India and South Africa.
All of these players and staff will probably arrive in the UAE in 24 to 48 hours.
Players, support staff and staff who did not board Abu Dhabi’s chartered flight due to visa delays will arrive in Abu Dhabi on another chartered flight in the next 48 hours.
So far, more than 200 players, staff, support staff and officials have arrived in the UAE on chartered flights from Lahore and Karachi.
Meanwhile, Quetta Gladiators fast bowler Naseem Shah has again become part of the biosecure bubble where he was earlier expelled from the league for violating the biosecure bubble.
However, on his return to the league, Naseem Shah will have to comply with the Bio Secure Bubble Protocol, which requires him to undergo a negative test within 48 hours before becoming part of the bubble.
Before departing on a chartered flight to Abu Dhabi, Naseem Shah will have to live in isolation as well as prove the results of two negative tests.
It may be recalled that Pakistan Super League season 6 started from Karachi on February 20 and the matches of the event were to be played in two cities of the country Karachi and Lahore this time. However, on March 4, Pakistan Super League faced 7 players and others It was decided to postpone after coming.
However, in April, the PCB, in consultation with all stakeholders, had decided to re-host the event in Karachi from June 1, and plans to hold matches in Lahore were canceled due to the threat of corona virus.
Later, in view of the severity and previous experiences of the third wave of Corona virus in Pakistan, all the franchises requested the PCB to transfer the league to Muttahida, which was approved and now the matches have been approved to be held in Abu Dhabi.