Dynamo Dresden announced in the German second division football league, Thursday, the injury of a fourth player in his ranks in addition to a member of the technical staff of the emerging Corona virus.
However, the club, which is at the bottom of the second-tier arrangement, said that the health authorities have not extended the collective quarantine and only the injured couple will be isolated.
The club added that the rest of the team members, including the three players who were positive, had their samples turned negative during the fifth test and the team could start its group training on Saturday.
The club announced the injury of a member of the team on the fourth of this month and five days later, he announced two new cases, and then the local health authorities, which have the final say in this matter, ordered to put the entire team in quarantine.
Accordingly, the team did not play the first two games in the second division, which resumed its activities last Saturday, while the third match was also postponed.
The team will resume this season when they host Stuttgart on May 31. The entire team will be subject to isolation in a hotel until the match.
Dresden, who has won the league title in the previous East Germany 8 times and regularly participated in European championships, has 24 points, three points behind 17th-ranked Karlsruhe.