Yesterday Friday the players of Dynamo Dresden, a team in the German second division, passed the third coronavirus test, which was to confirm that they were ready to start the Bundesliga, which is scheduled to resume next week. And the surprise is that two positive cases have been detected, which now force the team to do a two-week quarantine period. Both players had shown no symptoms so far.
“From the club we have made a huge effort in recent weeks to comply with all the sanitary and hygienic measures that have been asked of us. We put ourselves at the disposal of the health institutions and the league to decide the next steps. The reality is that in the next 14 days we will not be able to train or play the matches we had scheduled “, said the club’s top manager, Ralf Minge.
The decision to confine the entire team was confirmed today Saturday and will affect the matches that Dynamo had planned: Sunday 17 against Hannover 96 and Friday 22 against Greuther Fürth. The next two days are also in danger.
Dynamo Dresden, which has been training with small groups since April 8, has already detected a positive in the first test, held on May 3, and the footballer has been in quarantine since then. In the second round of testing everyone tested negative, but now both cases of infection have been encountered.