The New Zealand government has allowed teams from Pakistan and the West Indies to visit the country later this year. New Zealand Cricket gave the above information on Friday.
New Zealand is the most successful country in the world to fight the corona virus, and since the beginning of this deadly epidemic, they have sealed their country’s borders.
New Zealand cricket has also promised amid the Corona virus that “this year’s cricket summer will be spectacular, including a visit to Pakistan and the West Indies.”
“New Zealand cricket has received government approval for an international tour this summer, starting with the men’s teams of the West Indies and Pakistan,” New Zealand Cricket said in a statement.
“A press conference will be held early next week to announce the details of next summer’s international program,” he said.
New Zealand cricket is also expecting a limited overs series against Bangladesh. They may also host the Australian women’s team in February.
Officials said last month that they would turn to the biodiversity ‘bubble’ model used by England to host the latest Test series against the West Indies and Pakistan.
New Zealand Sports Minister Grant Robertson said netball New Zealand is allowed to resume hosting international matches, but all teams coming into the country have to be subject to strict protocol.