Jackson Martínez and his team from Porimonense. Photo: Getty Images
According to the newspaper ‘A Bola’, of the controls that were made to the players of said Portuguese club, no news was presented to regret, regarding the COVID-19 findings.
A couple of days ago, Colombian striker Jackson Martínez shared on his social networks a photograph in which he was seen to be drawing blood from a member of the Portimonense medical corps.
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Well, both Jackson and 75 other people on the payroll of the Portuguese team underwent tests to determine whether or not they had the coronavirus and in the last hours news about it.
“The results of the tests carried out on all the players, technical and administrative teams, and officials all came out negative. Green light for the return of training,” the newspaper ‘A Bola’ reported.
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