Salah is in Egypt concentrated with his team, which will face Togo in the qualifying phase of CAN 2021
Egyptian footballer and Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah tested positive for COVID-19 in Egypt, where he is concentrating with his team for a qualifying match for the African Cup of Nations (CAN), but has no symptoms, the Federation reported Egyptian Soccer (EFA).
“Salah tested positive for coronavirus,” the Egyptian federation said in a tweet, adding that all members of the national team were tested, of which Mohamed Salah tested positive, “although he does not suffer any symptoms.”
“The rest of the team members tested negative,” concludes the EFA tweet.
However, minutes later the EFA published another tweet in which it stated that “the laboratories of the (Egyptian) Ministry of Health indicated that three players from the Egyptian and Togo national teams have tested positive before tomorrow’s game,” without saying who they are. , and announced that other tests will be made to these players.
Mohamed Salah is in Egypt concentrated with his team, which will face this Saturday against Togo in the qualifying phase of CAN 2021.
Upon arriving in Cairo less than a week ago, Salah attended the wedding of one of his brothers, according to Egyptian media, which published photographs where he was seen wearing, on occasions, a mask, while the rest of the guests did not. carried.
?اصابة صلاح بفيروس كورونا …. ⬇️⬇️
ظهرت المسحة الطبية التي أجريت علي بعثة منتخبنا الوطني الاول لكرة القدم إصابة لاعبنا الدولي محمد صلاح نجم ليفربول بفيروس كورونا بعدما جاءت مسحته إيجابية..رغم انه لايعاني من اي أعراض..فيما جاءت مسحه باقي أعضاء الفريق سلبية#EFA pic.twitter.com/9EVDIItFZf
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