Several U20 players test positive of COVID-19

Uganda is in Group B with Burundi, South Sudan and Eritrea

The Uganda U20 group’s arrangements for the U20 Africa Cup of Nations zonal qualifiers have endured a misfortune after five players purportedly tried positive of COVID-19. 

The personalities of the players has not been uncovered however as per the outcomes from the testing of the apparent multitude of 46 players on Saturday and Sunday before they entered camp at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) demonstrate that five of them had gotten the sickness. 

Despite the fact that the players have purportedly been secluded from the remainder of the gathering, authorities are hush-hush on the issue. 

The qualifiers are scheduled for November 22nd to December sixth in Tanzania where Uganda is in Group B with Burundi, South Sudan and Eritrea. 

The group that was relied upon to start preparing last Sunday at IUIU will move to the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru sometime in the future for a private camp up to November 19 preceding they fly out to Tanzania. 

Uganda last partook in the AFCON qualifiers in 2018 preceding being killed by Cameroon in the first round.