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The Gunners join other clubs struggling with coronavirus

Mon 13 December 2021 | 19:47

Many of Arsenal’s staff members test positive for Covid-19.

The

Gunners

are going to have more strict Covid-19 protocols in a situation that many of their staff members test positive for coronavirus. No players have been diagnosed with the virus yet, meaning that their Premier League clash against

West Ham

which is due to be played on Wednesday, won’t be postponed.

The Athletic has reported that some of the training ground staff has been diagnosed with covid-19 on Monday, and the club has been following more strict rules, and according to these strict rules, players will be tested in their cars before being allowed to join the team and train with the rest of the members.

These kinds of rules were initially used in the 2019/20 season when the games restarted after a long break due to the pandemic, but this is not the only rule that the Gunners are using to avoid more covid-19 cases.

The league authorities have asked the clubs to take some necessary steps to avoid the outbreak of the virus as the Gunners join the other clubs that are facing problems with the virus as

Tottenham's

recent games against

Rennes

and

Brighton

called off due to a sizeable Covid-19 outbreak.


source: SportMob

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