The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have responded to rumours that the Africa Cup of Nations will be moved to another country.
The new Omicron Covid-19 variant has seen a number of countries impose certain travel restrictions, with some African nations included on the United Kingdom's red list once again.
However, CAF director of communications Alex Siewe insists there has been no change with the date or location of the tournament, which will take place in Cameroon.
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"We can't keep spending time dealing with rumours," Siewe told BBC Sport Africa.
"We did not receive any other message or information from our leaders - nothing such as changing of dates or countries. We did not discuss such during all our last meetings."
"We are on site. We are working."
The tournament is scheduled to get underway on 9 January 2022, with the final scheduled for 6 February.
The Indomitable Lions will open the tournament against Burkina Faso, while Ethiopia take on Cape Verde later that evening.
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