Tottenham Hotspur coach Antonio Conte has said the English Premier League’s daily trials are a good solution to tackle the “big mess” caused by the Govit-19 epidemic.
Premier League officials decided to postpone 15 matches this month due to the outbreak of Covit-19, and players and technical staff imposed emergency measures, including daily tests and swaps twice a week, regardless of vaccinations.
Tottenham, who have postponed two league matches, play Southampton late on Tuesday, 48 hours after beating Crystal Palace 3-0.
Conte said he was fully aware of the upheaval that a positive test could cause to anyone. “Yes, it was in the middle of trouble two weeks ago,” Conte told reporters. When I said we were training, I was getting ready for the match, and at the end of the training came a positive result, which causes a big mess because you are preparing a player, then you can not use him the next day and the infected players can send the virus to others, but Now we are doing very well. There is a quick test before the training session and the next day you will get another test result. This is a good solution because you know the status of the quick test. It’s not 100 percent accurate, but it has a great success rate for this test. “
The English Premier League set a record in Covit-19 cases by announcing 103 HIV infections among players and teammates yesterday.
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