Five players in Spain’s top two football divisions are positively screened for coronavirus, La Liga announced. All professional footballers in La Liga and Segunda Division have also checked before a return to training and a possible resumption of the 2019-20 season, despite Spain being one among the European countries most heavily suffering from the pandemic.
La Liga announced that five players were screened positively but all are asymptomatic. Two names are kept secret in compliance with Spain’s data protection rules, though Real Betis has confirmed infection of Joel Robles, Alfonso Pedraza, and Juanmi Jimenez. The teams will still be isolated and can be tested to ascertain if they’re still infected within the days ahead.
La Liga announced that they might also send tests to the families of the affected players. a politician statement said: “Five positive cases are reported in players between the La Liga Santander (first division) and therefore the La Liga SmartBank (second division) teams, all asymptomatic and within the end of the disease.
Exact players La Liga isn’t conscious of the info protection regulations.
For those that reported positive COVID-19 results are per LaLiga protocol will follow subsequent measures:
1. Staying range in quarantine. Players should adhere to an equivalent individual physical training regimen they have been following up to now, as driven by the club.
2. they’re going to be screened for COVID-19 again within the coming days and can be ready to rejoin training at the team facilities after two consecutive negative tests.
3. Besides, LaLiga will provide assessments for people living with those affected.
The safety and health of all players, coaching staff, and club employees are going to be taken into consideration by LaLiga and LA Liga will still implement the Return to Training protocol approved by the CSD and therefore the Spanish Ministry of Health.