Pumas and Toluca have positive cases of coronavirus prior to Cup for Mexico

The coronavirus is still gaining ground in the mexican soccer. A few days of the start of the Cup for Mexico, Blue Cross announced that eight members of staff were positive to the test of Covid-19; however, other clubs continue to record positive cases without reporting them openly.

One of them is Toluca, who last June 8, reported that seven people obtained results that confirmed that they were carriers of Covid-19; however, until today, only three have managed to receive a negative result after further testing, that is to say, the other four remain carriers.

A source confirmed to RECORD that within the institution of the Red Devils there were five new cases of coronavirussince the institution mexiquense usually train in two groups of players, where new infected belong to one of these blocks.

Another of the clubs that has also presented new positive cases is Pumasas a player and a stagehand have been identified as carriers of the Covid-19, but like in Tolucain CU have preferred to remain in silence, to give it the appropriate attention, but without spreading it.

Despite the outbreaks of coronavirus, all the teams that have been invited to participate in the event and friendly to maintain their commitment to attend the tournament with the highest levels of security.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: ALFREDO TALAVERA ABOUT A POSSIBLE WAY OUT OF TOLUCA: ‘I’M NOT DISAPPOINTED, BUT SURPRISED’

.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.