Three more casualties in Burgos due to the anticoronavirus protocol

The Colombians Sebastián Molano, Cristian Muñoz and Camilo Ardila, from the UAE, did not take the start of the 2nd stage after having been in contact with a person who tested positive.

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Second stage of the Vuelta a Burgos, and second team that is forced to separate several runners as a precautionary measure. If yesterday two cyclists from Israel Start-Up Cycling did not take the start in the first stage, this Wednesday there were three members of the UAE Team Emirates who were forced to abandon the test before the start of the second day.

The three runners are Colombians Sebastián Molano, Cristián Muñoz and Camilo Ardila. The reason for the decision is that the three runners were recently in contact with a person who tested positive for coronavirus. The safety protocol against disease dictates that they cannot participate in the race, despite the fact that before taking the start all the runners have passed PCR tests with negative results, as the Emirates team was forced to report before leaving Tuesday from Burgos.

In total, there are already five cyclists who have had to withdraw from the race due to having been in contact with people who have been infected, although neither from the organization nor from the teams has any positive report been reported within the bubble. pretends to be the caravan of the race. In addition, two more runners, Sebastián Henao (Ineos) and Gijs Leemreize, had to leave the test due to falls.



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