The German football alliance detailed 10 positive tests for the new coronavirus among 36 clubs in the Bundesliga and second division on Monday.
The German soccer alliance announced 10 positive tests for the new coronavirus among 36 clubs in the Bundesliga and second division on Monday.
The DFL said that 1,724 tests for COVID-19 were done more than two rounds among players, mentors, physiotherapists and other staff. The tests were a piece of the association’s cleanliness idea as it offers to restart serious games some time in May. It said groups will likewise attempt an “a required preparing camp under isolate conditions before a potential continuation.”
Just four potential cases had been accounted for as of now. Cologne on Friday said it had three constructive cases, while second-division Stuttgart announced one “uncertain outcome” from an individual on Sunday. Supposedly a player, he was isolated from his associates and put in isolate for 14 days.
Of the 18 Bundesliga groups, just Leipzig, Augsburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach declined to give subtleties of their test outcomes. The DFL cautioned clubs in an email from executive Ansgar Schwenken late Sunday not to impart further subtleties of results to the media.
Cologne confronted analysis from inside from midfielder Birger Verstraete, who disclosed to Belgian TV station VTM that it was “not so much right” that he had not been in contact with the influenced people.
“The physiotherapist is the man who treated me and different players for a considerable length of time. Also, I matched up with one of the two players in the rec center on Thursday,” Verstraete told VTM.
The Belgian midfielder said the choice not to isolate the entire crew “is somewhat strange,” however he backtracked Sunday, when Cologne gave an announcement to shield its measures.
The DFL stated, “The pertinent measures, for instance the segregation of the influenced individuals and encompassing checks, were completed legitimately by the separate clubs as per the prerequisites of the nearby wellbeing specialists.”
Testing will proceed with whether or not serious games restart or not.
Last Thursday, Chancellor Angela Merkel and 16 state governors delayed a choice until Wednesday on whether the Bundesliga could continue without fans present. She cautioned there was as yet a threat that COVID-19 diseases could rise if control measures were loose too early.
Clubs over the best two divisions had focused on completing the season before the finish of June.