With sports activity returning to normal, the lethal infection has not left the globe yet.
French Ligue 1 soccer club St Etienne said five staff individuals, including three players, had tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
In a statement the club said the five individuals had been contaminated during France’s national lockdown from March 17 to May 11, adding that they are currently isolated at home.
St Etienne, one of France’s best clubs, said Friday would proceed with the booked training meeting.
France is the just one among the “Huge Five” European soccer nations to have finished its season because of the coronavirus outbreak. The Ligue 1 title went to Paris St Germain. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the most genuine disturbance to the brandishing calendar worldwide since the Second World War. Brandishing activities have been canceled or delayed globally and to varying degrees. Nearly 8.5 million individuals worldwide were accounted for to be COVID-19 positive, and over 4.56,000 kicked the bucket of the disease in the last half-year. Researchers around the world are racing to discover a vaccine that can save lives and stop the disease from spreading.