A player from PEC Zwolle has tested positive for the corona virus, the Eredivisionist reports Friday. Logically, he has to pass up the home game against PSV on Sunday.
It is not known who the positively tested player is. He is currently in home isolation. According to PEC, no other players have to be quarantined as a precaution and the rest of the group can continue training for the next few days.
In the run-up to the duel with PSV, the selection of PEC – according to the guidelines of the corona protocol – will be tested again to ensure that not more players have the COVID-19 virus among their members.
The match between PEC Zwolle and PSV is therefore not endangered for the time being. The game starts on Sunday at 4.45 PM and is led by referee Danny Makkelie.
RKC Waalwijk-PEC Zwolle is so far the only Eredivisie match that had to be postponed this season due to too many corona infections. In the Kitchen Champion Division, several matches have been moved for that reason in recent weeks, including Helmond Sport-De Graafschap on Friday evening.
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