Shijiazhuang Yongchang team’s first nucleic acid test was negative
Live broadcast July 6 According to reports, the Shijiazhuang Yongchang team has completed the first team nucleic acid test a few days ago. The results were all negative and no abnormalities were found. According to the anti-epidemic work requirements of the Chinese Super League, all teams must complete at least three nucleic acid tests before the official start of the competition on July 25. Two of these nucleic acid tests must be completed before entering the competition area.
It is also reported that 16 Chinese Super League teams have basically completed the first nucleic acid test and found no abnormalities. The nucleic acid test also tested antibody tests. The Yongchang team conducted a nucleic acid test on July 3, and the results were all negative.
It is understood that the current foreign aid of the Shijiazhuang Yongchang team in Hebei has all returned to the team, and all can play in the Chinese Super League in the new season.