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Warriors player test positive for COVID-19


Warriors player test positive for COVID-19. The player who was called for national duty on 7 October went through the routine testing and he tuned out positive for the novel coronavirus and had to go into self-isolation and was automatically excluded for the Malawi friendly that was played in Blantyre this afternoon.

A Warriors player based in South Africa who cannot be named for professional reasons tested positive for COVID-19 and this afternoon’s game had to proceed without him, The Chronicle reports

The lab results that confirmed the player’s positive seen by the publication reads in part: A positive test result for Covid-19 indicates that RNA from Sars-CoV-2 was detected in the sample. The patient is considered to be infected and is presumed to be contagious. Individuals diagnosed with Covid-19 not requiring hospitalisation must self isolate. After a 10-day period of home isolation, asymptomatic people are regarded as no longer infectious.

Provided a person’s fever has resolved and their symptoms have improved, those with mild disease may de-isolate 14 days after symptoms onset, while those with severe disease may de-isolate 14 days after achieving clinical stability. A follow-up test is not required as remnant RNA can be detected for up to six weeks after clinical recovery

The Warriors played Malawi this afternoon after their headlining chaotic preparations and the game ended in a goalless draw.

Source – Pindula News

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