SINGAPORE: Singapore males’s nationwide soccer player Hafiz Nor has been confirmed as a COVID-19 case after he took a polymerase chain response check on Friday (Nov 19). This comes after the ahead obtained a well being threat warning on Nov 8, having been recognized as a family member of a COVID-19 case who was on an isolation order. Since then, Hafiz has not linked up with the remainder of the staff, stated the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) in an announcement on Sunday. He will proceed his self-isolation whereas his situation is monitored. Meanwhile, Lions captain Hariss Harun has been cleared to rejoin coaching after “undergoing cardiopulmonary screening tests to rule out any myocarditis”, stated FAS. “Hariss, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, has recovered and is currently back in full training with the team,” it added. Both Hafiz and Hariss missed a coaching camp in Dubai from Nov 8 to Nov 17. FAS stated it should proceed to “take all necessary measures to ensure that the health and safety of the National Team are prioritised as they continue their preparations for the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2020”. Singapore will host the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup from Dec 5 to Jan 1, 2022, after it was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lions’ marketing campaign kicks off in opposition to Myanmar on the opening day of the match.
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