22 Jul Liga MX postpones opening match between Atletico San Luis-FC Juarez on account of coronavirus positives
Liga MX has been compelled to postpone Thursday’s season opener between Atletico San Luis and FC Juarez due to a spate of optimistic coronavirus checks.
The sport is predicted to be performed on Monday, relying on take a look at outcomes at FC Juarez, the place Mexico outlet File reported there had been over 10 optimistic circumstances inside the membership. The membership and league have not confirmed the variety of circumstances at Juarez.
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“The sport might be performed on Monday, July 27 at 6 p.m. in Estadio Alfonso Lastras,” read the league statement. “The above pending the total outcomes carried out at FC Juarez.”
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Liga MX has endured a nervous few days leading up to the “2020 Guard1anes” season, over four months since the 2020 Clausura came to an end, with positive COVID-19 cases at a number of clubs.
The league released a 31-page document on its protocol to return amid the coronavirus pandemic, but squads have traveled during preseason and will be traveling around the country when the season begins.
Necaxa announced on Monday it had 5 optimistic circumstances in camp — one participant and 4 members of employees — however Friday’s recreation towards Tigres is ready to go forward.
Chivas head coach Luis Fernando Tena will not be on the bench when Guadalajara takes on Leon on Saturday as a result of he is in quarantine, having examined optimistic, and on Wednesday there have been three more confirmed other positive cases at Chivas.
There have additionally been five confirmed positive cases in Atlas, three at Monterrey and one at Tigres over latest days.
Mazatlan, Cruz Azul, Toluca and Santos Laguna have beforehand reported optimistic circumstances, in addition to seven match officers.
The Mexican authorities reported on Tuesday night that there had been 6,859 confirmed circumstances and 915 deaths over the previous 24 hours.