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2. Bundesliga club “functional team” members tested positive for coronavirus and the entire FC Erzgiberg income squad and coaching staff were separated.
A member of the staff tested positive for Covid-19 during the second member test held last Tuesday, advising the club to quarantine players and non-playing staff at least as a precaution until this Thursday.
Since last Thursday, 3 36 Bundesliga and 2. A total of 1,744 COVID-19 tests were conducted across the Bundesliga club, followed by tests in five specialist laboratories with samples of players, coaches and other staff.
On Monday, the German Football League (DFL) told health authorities it had tested 10 positive coronaviruses.
The announcement comes a day before German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced when and when the season could resume.
A statement from AU said: “As a precautionary measure, the entire team at FC Erzurge, including the coaching staff and the executive team, was separated from their home.
“The reason for this decision was a positive test for COVID-19 from a person outside the working group, which occurred after a series of second tests. This separation further strengthens their alertness to the EJB, which occurs with the regular response of the medical team.
“The club is in regular exchange of views with the health authorities, who have been fully informed of the case from the football club. The validity will be at least until May.
“Then another COVID-19 test will be held for the whole team.”
DFL chief executive Christian Seifert said May 9 was the target date for the restoration, but that target was postponed by a week.