The Premier Soccer League is positive of weathering the Covid-19 storm after some clubs confirmed positive cases this week.
With over one thousand local Covid-19 cases having been reported this week, coupled with the new variant, Omicron, the Premier Soccer League is caught up in a fight to halt the further spread of the pandemic.
This comes after some clubs reported positive Covid-19 cases this week which has seen the PSL immediately take action to assist the affected teams.
“We have received reports on positive response Covid 19 cases from some PSL clubs and we are working with PSL sports medicine committee as well as club medical doctors to ensure that all those affected are assisted and the virus does not spread among club officials as well as the players and their families,” PSL spokesperson Kudzai Bare said.
Affected players will be in isolation in line with the Sports and Recreation Commission Covid-19 protocols.
“At the moment, our matches are going to be played as scheduled, if there are any changes, we will be keeping you informed. We are just urging everyone to get vaccinated and to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 protocols to ensure that this virus is contained.”
Castle Lager Premier Soccer League week three matches will go ahead as scheduled next week, with the fixtures set to be announced in due course.
The focus this weekend will be on the Chibuku Super Cup final featuring 2014 winners FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum who won the trophy in 2016.