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FKF Premier League staff tested for COVID-19 ahead of league resumption

FOOTBALL By Waweru Titus | May 13th 2021
Yidah Sven (Left) of Nairobi City Stars FC Isaac Kipyegon of AFC Leopards SC during their FKF-PL match at Kasarani Annex in Nairobi on March 06, 2021. [Stafford Ondego, The Standard]

 

Seven Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League clubs on Wednesday underwent COVID-19 tests ahead of the league resumption on May 14, 2021.

 

Tusker, Western Stima, Nairobi City Stars, Kariobangi Sharks, AFC Leopards, Bandari, and Nzoia Sugar staff were tested  in line with the set Ministry of Health and Ministry of Sports COVID-19 protocols in place to allow the resumption of the top-flight league.

“Bidco United kicked off the exercise on Tuesday, at the Delmonte grounds with Mathare United, Gor Mahia, Posta Rangers, KCB, and Kakamega Homeboys following suit at the Goan Institute, Ligi Ndogo grounds, Jamhuri Grounds, KCB training grounds, and Bukhungu Stadium respectively,” FKF said in a statement.

Staff at Vihiga United, Ulinzi Stars, Wazito, and Sofapaka will be tested on Thursday at the Senende High School, Nakuru Barracks, Marist University college, and Eastleigh high school respectively.

Matches scheduled to take place in the month of May courtesy of FKF:

(Time: EAT)

Covid 19 Time Series

 

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