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Brazil.- The current one America Cup from Brazil 2021 continues to talk about positive cases by Covid-19, which continue to increase in the fair. The highest number had been 52 confirmed results, now it added 13 more people to be a figure of 65 those infected.

Among them are divided into players, referees and even various employees of the area of ​​the Conmebol. The scare began to occur from the first day of activities, that is, from Sunday June 13. Situation that complicated several teams, including Venezuela, who before debuting in the inaugural duel with Brazil registered 13 positive cases.

To date, more than 5 thousand 458 tests have been carried out, among which 5 thousand 393 have given negative results, according to the information provided by Conmebol, which announced that of the 65 positive, 19 are members of the participating teams and the other 46 are divided into whistles and workers.

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After the results that have been known in the first days of the Copa América, the South American zone shared a community explaining that they are committed to carrying out the pertinent medical protocols in a strict way, so that this situation does not worsen more than it is beginning to be observed .

“Conmebol is committed to the strict application of the protocol for medical recommendations for training, travel and competitions during the Covid-19 pandemic, Conmebol-Copa América,” announced the highest authority in the South American area.

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For now, the countries that have confirmed at least one player with coronavirus have been Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru and now the Chilean National Team in the last hours, reporting that only one member of the delegation had a positive result for Covid-19.


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