J League: the match of Hiroshima vs Nagoya is postponed due to the infection of several players

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 J League: the match of Hiroshima vs Nagoya is postponed due to the infection of several players


Novel coronavirus pneumonia was announced yesterday by Nagoya whale yesterday. Miyahara Kazuno was first detected in the J League rematch, and 60 Miyahara Kazuno related personnel were tested for nucleic acid. Todays test results showed that in addition to miyahawa, there are two Nagoya players infected with the new coronavirus, the team has not yet released the names of these two players. In view of the severe epidemic situation, the 7th round of the J League match between Nagoya and Hiroshima will be held on an optional date, and the new match date is yet to be determined. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in June by Nagoya whale striker Kimsaki Mura and Australian goalkeeper Langerak. This article source: Live Bar Author: Live Bar editor: Zhang Zenong_ NS5732

Novel coronavirus pneumonia was announced yesterday by Nagoya whale yesterday. Miyahara Kazuno was first detected in the J League rematch, and 60 Miyahara Kazuno related personnel were tested for nucleic acid.

Todays test results showed that in addition to miyahawa, there are two Nagoya players infected with the new coronavirus, the team has not yet released the names of these two players. In view of the severe epidemic situation, the 7th round of the J League match between Nagoya and Hiroshima will be held on an optional date, and the new match date is yet to be determined.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in June by Nagoya whale striker Kimsaki Mura and Australian goalkeeper Langerak.