South Africa's limited overs team have been given the all clear after a third round of COVID-19 testing on the eve of their opening match against England at Newlands.
The Proteas, though, have lost all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius to a hamstring injury which will not just see him miss Friday's T20 opener but all the six games.
The two South Africa players who tested positive last week were not part of the tested group and are still being monitored in isolation, said a statement from Cricket South Africa.
"They are progressing well and are in good health" it added, without naming them.
A fourth round of testing was conducted on Thursday with results expected later.
The possibility of infections in the South African camp at one stage threatened the six-match English tour.
The two countries are playing three Twenty 20 internationals and three ODIs at Newlands and in Paarl.
Pretorius, 31, with 22 ODI caps, suffered his hamstring injury during a practice at Newlands and is expected to be out for a month. No replacement will be named, CSA added.
Australian Associated Press