Five more members of the West Indies squad – including three players – have tested positive for Covid-19.
Four members of the touring party tested positive this past Saturday, bringing the total to nine since they arrived last week for a T20I and ODI series.
Cricket West Indies officials said they would meet with their Pakistan counterparts later on Thursday “once all members of the touring party have been tested again” to determine whether they can continue.
Any cancellation would be a huge blow to Pakistan, who had tours by New Zealand and England called off in recent months on security grounds.
Pakistan won the first two T20I matches against the West Indies with the dead rubber to be due to played later on Thursday.
The three ODIs are scheduled for 18, 20 and 22 December.
West Indies officials said the latest positive test results in the squad came from wicketkeeper-batter Shai Hope, left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein, all-rounder Justin Greaves, assistant coach Roddy Estwick, and physician Akshai Mansingh.
Left-arm pace bowler Sheldon Cottrell and all-rounders Roston Chase and Kyle Mayers, tested positive for Covid-19 on Saturday, along with a team official.
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