Lokomotiv Moscow places its players in preventive sanitation

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Lokomotiv Moscow announced today, Wednesday, 24 June, that all its players and members of the technical staff in the health isolation at its training headquarters, as a precautionary step in light of the increasing number of infections with the emerging virus Corona in Russian football.

The team, which currently ranks second in the domestic championship standings, and who won 1-0 last weekend against Orenburg, made the decision “due to an increase in the incidence of new infections of the Coronavirus in the Russian Premier League,” he said.

With this, players and members of the technical staff will reside at the club’s Bakova training headquarters, located in the southwest of the Russian capital.

The Russian League resumed its competitions on June 19 after being suspended for months due to “Covid-19”, but the pandemic also affected the championship after resuming, as the entire Rostov team was put in custody after injuring six of its players, prompting the club to play a match in Sochi with a group of juniors.