Three positive results for COVID-19 at FC Colonia
High-flying German soccer team FC Cologne He said Friday that group training continued despite three people at the club testing positive for COVID-19 .
In a statement the Bundesliga Side said the entire team and coaching staff had been evaluated Thursday.
Three people tested positive, all are symptom free, the club statement said. After an evaluation of the cases by the responsible health authorities, the three people who tested positive will be quarantined for 14 days at their home.
Cologne said they would not confirm any names out of respect for the privacy of the people involved.
While Bundesliga clubs have returned to training, they must wait another week to find out about a possible restart to the season after the German government on Thursday delayed any decision over a league resumption amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Liquidity-struggling clubs and the league hoped the government would give the green light and end a two-month suspension, but Chancellor Angela Merkel has said any decision on whether sports could resume and when it could resume would be taken on 6 of May.
Germany has suffered more than 6,500 coronavirus deaths with more than 162.00 infected people.