ECB announced that all 20 players and 11 management personnel in the Pakistan touring party have tested negative for coronavirus after arriving in England.
Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan and Wahab Riaz have tested negative for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.
Pakistan Cricket Board confirmed on Thursday that five reserve players and a backup player support personnel have undergone COVID-19 tests.
England managing director Ashley Giles believes Pakistan's tour in August will go ahead even though three Pakistani cricketers have tested positive for coronavirus.
The PCB, in its press release, said that all three players showed no symptoms prior to their testing in Rawalpindi on Sunday.
Pakistan cricket Hasan Ali is seen doing a jig to some street musicians in a video posted by fellow cricketer Asif Ali.
Pakistan will begin the tour with at least a month of training in a 'bio-secure' environment, before the series of three Tests and three T20Is.
Ravichandran Ashwin and Nathan Lyon have not been able to replicate their Test success in ODIs and T20Is.
Shadab Khan was asked by a reporter if he misses Hasan Ali, given his friendship with the pacer
Despite Pakistan bowlers struggling for form in recent matches, Shadab Khan feels the team has got what it takes to impress at the 2019 World Cup.
Babar Azam broke Virat Kohli's record to become the quickest batsman to reach 1,000 T20I runs.
Pakistan beat Australia by 33 runs in their T20I clash to win the series 3-0.
Shadab inspired a late-order revival as Pakistan's last three wickets added 95 runs.
Shadab Khan and debutant Faheem Ashraf both scored maiden Test fifties as Pakistan fought back in Ireland's inaugural Test match in Dublin on Saturday.
The 24-member strong Sri Lankan contingent became the first major international team to visit the country since the incident.
All-rounder Shadab Khan hit a last over six to give Pakistan a sensational two-wicket win in the second Twenty20 international against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi on Friday.
Shinwari's 5-34 in seven overs reduced Sri Lanka to 103 all out in 26.2 overs in Sharjah before openers Fakhar Zaman (48) and Imam-ul-Haq (45 not out) knocked off the paltry target in 20.2 overs.
Hasan took 3-37 while spinners Shadab Khan (2-29) and Imad Wasim (2-13) also chipped in with useful wickets as Sri Lanka were skittled out for 173 in 43.4 overs.