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NCOC contacted for final decision on PSL-6 tickets’ sale

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has contacted the National Command Operation Centre (NCOC) to get clarification on COVID-19 protocols for families during PSL 6 matches.
According to the sources, PCB has written a letter to NCOC seeking their final clear and cut COVID-19 protocols for the limited crowd during PSL 6 matches at both venues. The cricket board is waiting for their answer before going live with tickets sale.
“Is social distancing necessary for members of a single-family? What will be the minimum age for children to get a PSL 6 ticket?” PCB asked in their letter.
On other hand, PSL 6 tickets Price range for Karachi matches is expected to be between PKR 500 to 5000.
The mega event is scheduled to start on February 20 at Karachi’s National Stadium with a glittering virtual opening ceremony featuring Atif Aslam, Imran Khan, Humaima Malik, Naseebo Lal, Aima Baig and Young Stunners. Karachi will host 20 matches in the first phase whereas Lahore will host 14 matches in the second phase including the Playoffs and the final on March 22.

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