32 positive cases found in England’s women’s football among Corona’s new strain in Britain

32 positive cases found in England's women's football among Corona's new strain in Britain
32 positive cases found in England's women's football among Corona's new strain in Britain

A new infection of COVID-19 is spreading in some parts of England and England’s women’s football has been since its arrival.

The whole world has been suffering since the introduction of the new strain of Covid-19 in Britain. In the view of danger of the infection, instructions have been given to strictly follow the protocol on every side. At the same time, 32 cases of Coronavirus infection in England’s women’s football have been stirred up.

These cases has come to the fore in the trials of 864 players and club staff in the top two football leagues. These are the most Covid-19 cases declared by the English Football Association after weekly trials in the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship.

Concerns over the spread of new infection of Covid-19 in England have led to a large number of positive cases. About four percent of the total trials has been found to be positive. Earlier, the English Football Association had confirmed the highest number of 10 positive cases between October 19 and 25.

Significantly, the teams are on winter break till next month after playing their previous matches on Sunday.

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