Covid-19 hits two Moroccan Football Players

Morocco Football Team: Two Players Tested Positive for Covid-19

The Royal Moroccan Football Federation announced that two players from the national team of local players tested positive for Covid-19.

In a press release, the Federation said that the Covid-19 tests conducted by the national selection delegation for local players in the capital of Niger “Niamey” showed that two players, Ayoub Qasimi and Ismail Khafi, were infected.

The Federation added that the health condition of the infected players is stable and they are undergoing treatment in Niamey under the supervision of the doctor of the national team for local players, Abdullah Sabiri.

The national team of local players played two friendly matches in Niamey against Mali and Niger, respectively. The two matches resulted in two victories (1-0 and 2-0) for the Atlas Lions.

These matches are part of the national football team’s preparations for local players for the African Nations Championship (CHAN), which will be held in Cameroon in 2021.

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