The Ghana Football Association is confident of managing the situation currently happening at the camp of the two National female football teams in Cape Coast.
Confirming the 7 positive tests amongst the players, the communication director of the Association, Henry Asante Twum said 3 of the positive tests were from the maidens whiles the remaining 4 are members of the Black Princesses.
Mr Asante Twum insist the Ghana FA will continue to camp the players despite the postponement of the qualifiers by the Confederation of Africa Football.
“It will be shocking to ask the players to go home after identifying some of them have contracted the virus, and treating them, becuase of the postponement of the games amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, and to recall them, that will not be prudent, they shall continue to be in camp and have frequent tests until a new date is fixed” he told Asempa FM.
The Ghana FA chief communicationist announced the 7 victims have been isolated for 14 days whiles the medical team continue to observe and treat them.
The two National teams began camping some few days ago in Cape Coast to prepare for various international competitions after the President gave the FA a special dispensation to go into camping