The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has permitted a full capacity audience to attend the upcoming matches between Pakistan and the West Indies at the National Stadium Karachi.
On the request of the Pakistan Cricket Board, the country’s main platform supervising Covid response increased the number of spectators to 100%.
Citizens over the age of 12 will be required to bring their Covid vaccination certificate to enter the stadium, with all spectators and organizers required to wear masks and use hand sanitizers.
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The NCOC demanded that tickets and invitations be linked to a necessary Covid immunization certificate, as well as foolproof stadium security.
This month, the West Indies cricket team will visit Pakistan. Three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) will be played at the National Stadium Karachi from December 13 to 22.
Meanwhile, in the third week of December, the NCOC will make a decision on the number of spectators who will be allowed to witness Pakistan Super League 7 (PSL) matches.