FC Dinamo Dresden announced that it put all members of its first team and its technical staff in quarantine after discovering two new infections in its ranks with the new Corona virus, noting that he could not play his first match after the resumption of competitions and scheduled after eight days.
The club explained that all players, coaches and the technical staff of Dynamo Dresden must undergo a period of isolation for a period of 14 days, after announcing two new positive cases, "Covid-19", related to players whose name has not been revealed, stressing that they do not suffer from the symptoms of this virus.
Dinamo Dresden has become the first club in the first and second division, unable to resume the competitions scheduled for the end of this week.
And Dynamo Dresden, who finished last in the second division, will meet Hanover next Sunday in the twenty-sixth stage.
"The truth is that during the next 14 days we will not be able to train or participate in the matches," sports club director Dinamo Dresden Ralph Minge said in a statement to the club.
In the first reaction to the German League Association president Christian Seiffer in a question to the German "ZDF" network about whether the program in question will completely collapse due to Dresden's inability to play two games, he answered, "Not at the moment. For the second degree, this means not Being able to play two games out of 81. We will see how we will deal with this. "
He added: "We will not change the goal set, only we will change the plan. The goal remains to end the season."
Germany is one of the major European countries that have succeeded in facing the coronavirus pandemic, and is the first of five major tournaments on the old continent that it will resume competition without an audience as of May 16.
Competitions in the first and second ranks have stopped since mid-March due to the "Covid-19" pandemic, and the "Bundesliga" hopes to pave the way for other competitions to resume its competitions.
A strict medical and health protocol was established to resume the tournament, on the basis of two pillars: systematic tests for the isolation of any person, player or member of the technical staff, the result of which was a positive examination, and strict preventive measures, dictating what to do in training, during travel, in residence, before During and after matches.
It is worth noting that the German Bundesliga announced last Monday that 10 tests from 1724 were conducted during the first period were positive.