Comoros Camp has been hit with Covid-19 ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2021) round of 16 game against Cameron. 12 positive cases confirmed in the camp.
Among those infected, head coach Amir Abdou alongside two goalkeepers Moyadh Ousseni and Ali Ahamada.
Comoros shockingly defeated Ghana on Tuesday, which has made them qualify for the Round of 16 game.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has laid down strict rules as regard to Covid-19 preventive measures in the ongoing competition.
If a player test positive, he will not be authorized to go to the stadium or participate in the match, while teams must play on as long as they have a minimum of 11 players available.
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If there’s no goalkeeper available, another player must play in that position, which has put the team in a tight corner as their first choice goalkeeper, Salim Boina is injured.
Additionally, teams that do not have a minimum of 11 players available will be considered to have lost the match 2-0.