Two fresh cases of Coronavirus has been reported in the National U17 female team after the initial affected 3 players joined the squad after a second test proved negative.
The Two new cases were as a result of a freh test conducted by the COVID-19 medical team currently working with the National female team in Camp.
The Black Maidens are based at the Cape Coast Stadium where they have been preparing for the African qualifiers for the World Cup in 2021.
The First test conducted two weeks ago saw 3 of the Players Testing positive to the virus, and sent into isolation pending a second test.
The second test which included the 4 Black Princesses players came out negative.
The 7 players have now joined the rest of the team in camp and began training.
The Black Princesses and the Maidens began training some three weeks ago in Cape Coast to prepare for their various World cup qualifiers which has since been postponed by the Confederation of Africa Football for safety reasons.
The Black Princesses were billed to play Guinea Bissau in September for the opening round of the Women U20 World cup scheduled for 2021, whiles the Black Maidens are in their last qualifying round with a final qualifier against Nigeria.