Wasnt sure where to put this but here looks as good a place as any
Was just listening to an interview with Eddie Hearn the boxing promoter who has recently test positive for Covid, he just said that they were working on the rules to see when he can get back to fight camps and boxing shows after having it
He went on to say Premier League rules state that because you would have dead cells from the disease in your system but wouldnt be classed as contagious after the 14 days that if a PL player tests positive as long as he isolates for 14 days he wont be tested for another 90 days
So any positives we have had we know - unless they get symptoms again I guess- that they will now not miss games through Covid for at least the next 3 months
Is that what the league or the FA or whoever is saying? There was a big study over here and the New York Times published an article about how most positive cases (over 90 percent) are detecting a level of virus present in the person's system that is never going to cause any issue with that person or anybody else - and yet all positive cases get treat the same as far as quaranting or whatever.
What you are describing from the boxing guy sounds similar to what happened to Shaq where it showed a presence that probably was coming from him having it earlier in the summer. A few days later he was playing in a match for Switzerland and yesterday in training for us.
Not sure but it seems like there is some question from Naby, who had a positive and then a negative with Guinea, but unlike the others is NOT available for Sunday and it's being described as "a fitness issue" which sounds similar to how they were talking about Thiago and Sadio before it was announced they were positive.