Wednesday, May 25

Salamanca CF UDS lets one of their players train after having tested positive in a PCR

Salamanca FC UDS announced this Monday through their social networks five new cases of coronavirus in its staffillto. The team that plays in second RFEF unveiled the small outbreak in the Salamanca painting, but a player who had tested positive in PCR tests was allowed to train at his facilitiess, thus breaching health regulations.

The player is Luis Martnez, right back of the team, to whom the club announced a positive “asymptomatic”. “Training on the sidelines and not sharing the locker room”, aada el Salamanca.

The player recognized, according to the club, that He learned of his positive while already in the club’s facilities, but that they enter the margin of their companions and did not share a dressing room. The rule dictates that the player, whether asymptomatic or not, must be quarantined and be separated from the rest of their peers.

All are in good health, complying with current regulations and following the instructions and supervision of Dr. Cuadrado. “, explained the club on its Twitter account.

Over the next few days we will continue to report on its evolution

What Circular 36 says this season

“The Protocol and the basic rules derived from it are based on the principle of” self-responsibility. “All aspects related to control, monitoring and measures to be adopted in the event of people with positives appear in a team in the training phase and During the training sessions they will be subject to the rules and guidelines set by the autonomous and / or local authorities. It is the responsibility of each Club to comply with these guidelines. “

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