A player from Sevilla tests positive for Covid-19 and is out of the way

The nerve club reported that in the tests on July 27 there was an infected member. Following the protocol, the rest have passed the PCRs again.

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Sevilla reported that one of their staff has tested positive for Covid-19, which will presumably miss at least the meeting that the Nervionenses will play against Rome on August 6 in Duisburg, eighth finals of the Europa League . The nervionense club did not reveal the name of the affected player yet.

The Lopetegui team returned to exercise last Sunday and has done it individually, as the protocol marks, until they know the result of the first PCR, proof that all the footballers and members of the coaching staff will pass again to check if is there any other case

This is the statement from Seville:

"Sevilla FC reports that after the PCR tests carried out last Sunday on players, the coaching staff and the rest of the staff, the results of which were known at noon on Monday, July 27, a member of the first-team squad tested positive at Covid -19 The affected person is asymptomatic, in good health and is isolated at home.

Sevilla FC immediately communicated this circumstance to all the competent sports and health authorities, isolated the infected person, temporarily suspended the team's training as a preventive measure, and carried out disinfection tasks at the facilities, strictly following the protocols established for these situations.

From the knowledge of the positive, the club has already carried out two new individual PCR controls to the rest of the staff. In the first, all the tests carried out have been negative. The results of the second test will be released this Thursday morning, which has been carried out today.

Sevilla FC plans to return to training, individually and with all applicable measures, on Thursday afternoon, provided that the results of the second test carried out return negative.

Sevilla FC will promptly report any news that may occur in this regard. "



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