Man City star duo, staff members test positive for COVID-19

Manchester City has revealed that two star players and two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
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Gabriel Jesus and Kyle Walker are the two players who tested positive for coronavirus as they are now entering a period of self-isolation and will not be available for Man City games during the festive season.
Pep Guardiolas will host Newcastle United on Boxing Day (watch it live at 3pm ET on NBCSN and online via, travel to Everton on December 28th, and then play at Chelsea on January 3rd in what seems like a crucial phase looks like season.
Manchester City released the following statement on the duo and its staff.
Premier League COVID-19 at the latest
Fulham boss Parker isolates himself and misses the Tier 4 expansion of the Boxing Day game. Two PL clubs can host 2,000 Premier League fans to step up COVID-19 testing for clubs in Tier 4 areas
“Manchester City FC can confirm that Gabriel Jesus, Kyle Walker and two employees have tested positive for COVID-19. All four employees will now have a period of self-isolation in accordance with the Premier League and UK government protocol on quarantine. Everyone in the club wishes our colleagues a speedy recovery over the Christmas period before they return to work, training and competition. "
With the new strain of coronavirus making a big impact in London and the South East of England, the Premier League has announced plans to step up testing for clubs in Tier 4 areas (with the highest state restrictions) as well as PL clubs based on lower levels .
Fulham boss Scott Parker will not sit on the bench on Boxing Day after a member of his household tests positive for COVID-19 and is forced to self-isolate. Only two of the 20 Premier League clubs (Everton and Liverpool) are currently allowed a maximum of 2,000 fans at home games due to the UK government's COVID-19 restrictions.
In the minor leagues of English football, some festive games have been postponed due to significant COVID-19 outbreaks among players and staff, and the Premier League will do everything in its power to ensure that everyone connected to the competition is as safe as they can get possible cases continue to rise in England.
Noteworthy is the fact that the PL has only postponed one game so far this season due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
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