The new season in the Jupiler Pro League will finally start, but the corona virus is still looming over the restart. In recent days, Cercle Brugge, KV Mechelen and KRC Genk had to report positive tests from players and / or staff members. Now there is a fourth club with OH Leuven where the virus has found its entrance.
“Players, staff and employees of OH Leuven in the vicinity of the first team are tested weekly for corona, in accordance with the protocol of the Pro League. The last corona tests revealed one positive sample”, says OHL. in a statement. “The person who tested positive has no symptoms and is quarantined for seven days.”
“This is not a player. Out of respect for the privacy of this person, the name will not be disclosed and will not be communicated further. Fortunately, all other persons tested have been tested negative. There will be no impact on Monday’s game against Eupen. OH Leuven also closely follows the strict protocol of the Pro League. “
The latest corona tests revealed one positive sample. Our home game against KAS Eupen will take place on Monday evening.
– Oud-Heverlee Leuven (@OHLeuven) August 8, 2020
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