During the Corona virus, the mountains of English Football League (EFL) players in trouble

In the English Football League (EFL) recent corona virus test, 17 people have reported positive. EFL gave its information on Sunday. The EFL said that 10 people from eight clubs have been found positive in the championship, while the reports of seven people from three clubs in League-2 have been reported positive.

EFL said in an official statement on its website, “After the recent round of the Kovid-19 Test, EFL can confirm that on 28 and 29 May 1058 players and staff from 24 clubs were tested Kovid-19. Out of which 10 report positives have come from eight clubs. ”

The EPL said, “Players and club staff found positive have now been asked to remain in isolation for seven days. Now only those players will be allowed to exercise on the field, whose report has come negative. ”

The league said, “After the opening round of the Kovid-19 Test, the EFL can confirm that 135 players and staff from the four leagues have been tested -19 on May 28 and 29, of which seven reports from three clubs. Have come positive. ”

As reported by Sky Sports, the Prieston club has confirmed that one of its players, Jayden Stockley, is among the positive players who have the symptoms. The player has said that he is good.

Stockley said, “I feel really good. I do not have any kind of symptoms. I feel good I want everyone to take care of themselves. ”
The EFL League is expected to begin next month.


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