Gran Canaria returns to training without new positives

The ACB had to postpone the Herbalife-Madrid on Sunday due to the contagion of a player who is still isolated at home. The rest, without illness.


Herbalife Gran Canaria has resumed this Tuesday the training sessions that had been suspended after a player tested positive for covid-19, with the intention of preparing for this Wednesday's appointment against Nanterre 92.

"Green light and direct to the track", highlights the Gran Canaria team this Tuesday on its Twitter account, after having announced during the morning that "no new positive cases have been detected by covid-19" as a result of the tests carried out this Sunday to the squad and the team's coaching staff.

El Granca suspended its training and activity last Saturday after a player tested positive in the PCR tests carried out prior to the League match against Real Madrid, which was scheduled to be held this Sunday, October 4 on the island and, finally , will be held on Sunday 11.

This member of the team continues to be positive and, therefore, "will continue to be isolated at home", details Herbalife Gran Canaria in the note, in which it also assures that "the player is in good health" .

The Gran Canaria team will receive this Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. at the Gran Canaria Arena Nanterre 92, in a match framed in the second day of Eurocup.

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