Catalan radio station RAC1 provided details regarding Tuesday that in tests carried out by the Spanish Football League (LaLiga) at the start of May, five FC Barcelona players and two coaching staff individuals tried positive for the COVID-19.
The radio station, which has close connections to the club, didn’t name any of the players or staff who may have been contaminated however focuses on that they have all conquered the infection and created antibodies, Xinhua news agency reports.
The news comes the day after Spain’s football clubs were finally allowed to keep training with their full lists as they set up the completing touches back one week from now as the Liga Santander and Liga SmartBank (first and second divisions) return following a COVID-19 break of over 3 months.
Barcelona is set to continue its attempt to guard the Spanish title against Real Mallorca on June 13 as LaLiga announced dates for the initial two rounds of fixtures following the restart after a pause of over two months because of the health emergency.
The season is set to profit to action for June 11 with a local derby among Sevilla and Real Betis and there will be fixtures for the following seven days, with Barcelona facilitating Leganes on June 16 and Real Madrid playing at home in Valencia on June 18.
All the individuals who tried positive have recouped totally. We gave promising outcomes at the pandemic ‘s beginning in the principal examination of blood tests.