Another case of COVID-19 has been confirmed by a Premier Soccer League club as the football fraternity awaits the resumption of the season.
As reported, the government has approved the plans of the PSL to resume the 2019/20 season, which has been suspended since mid-March, subject to protocols relating to the Level 3 risk adjusted strategy being followed.
Absa Premiership log leaders Kaizer Chiefs confirmed this week that two of the club’s players have tested positive for COVID-19, after doing the tests last Friday.
TS Galaxy and Swallows FC are some of the PSL clubs from the second tier league that have confirmed having players that have tested positive for COVID-19.
As the number of confirmed cases in the country continue to rise, TS Sporting has become the latest club to confirm having a player that has tested positive for COVID-19.
“TS Sporting Football Club can confirm that we have 1 (one) positive case of a player after Covid-19 Test. Technical/Management staff we have zero positive results. The affected player is asymptomatic (and) currently in self-isolation,” confirmed the GladAfrica Championship club on their official Twitter account.