The England and Pakistan cricket crews breezed through their most recent coronavirus assessments.
Each of the 20 players and 11 staff in the Pakistan crew have tried negative for COVID-19 since showing up on Sunday, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Tuesday.
Pakistan is in a fourteen day isolate in Worcester for a Test and Twenty20 arrangement in August.
The entirety of England's players and the board likewise were negative in their third round of tests on Monday. They are in Southampton getting ready for the principal test one week from now against the West Indies.
Then, six Pakistan players picked for the visit who tried positive a week ago and needed to remain at home have tried negative for a second time in three days and have been cleared to join the crew in England.
The six were opening batsman Fakhar Zaman, allrounder Mohammad Hafeez, legspinner Shadab Khan, wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan and quick bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Hasnain.
The Pakistan Cricket Board said every one of the six players were retested on Monday, following a first negative test last Friday.