Although the infections derived from COVID have remained regulated in the MX League, new cases do not stop arising in full preparation for the next tournament and one of the affected teams is Pumas.
Through an official statement, the university team reported that after carrying out the tests to detect infections, four members of the first men’s team were positive, of which three belong to the coaching staff and one more is a player.
However, according to the regulations established by the league itself, the elements were already isolated from the rest of their teammates to prevent the spread of the virus and they reported that they will monitor their evolution.
“Four cases of COVID-19 in the first men’s team of the Pumas, three elements of the coaching staff and a player. Our four members are already isolated according to the indications of the medical corps and are under observation to monitor their evolution, “the letter states.
These are the first cases that have arisen since the feline squad returned to training to start the preseason period, so they should take extreme precautions, since at the beginning of July, the auriazules have scheduled a couple of friendly commitments against Santos Laguna Y Blue Cross, as part of his preparation for the next season.
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