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Coronavirus: How much danger are the main leagues in Europe due to the growth of the Omicron variant?

The coronavirus keep hitting everyone. In recent days in Europe, infections have increased. Above all, with the arrival of the Omicron variant the figures begin to worry in every corner of the planet. Soccer is no stranger to this virus that is hitting the major leagues. So much so, that there are records of infected and canceled matches. Equipment like Barcelona Y Real Madrid they are one of the most affected.

Almost all teams in LaLiga has published on their social networks that they have more than one positive case when coronavirus.

These players are added to the long list of infected players that the Real Madrid in the last weeks.

Barcelona also announced this Wednesday that Dembélé, Umtiti and Gavi tested positive for COVID-19 in the PCR tests carried out on the campus. Fortunately, the players are in good health and isolated.

These are not the only cases that he reported Barcelona. A few days ago, the culé team reported that they had also tested positive for coronavirus.


In England things are also getting complicated. So far this month, the This due to the number of positive cases of COVID-19. A record figure; however, despite these results, the tournament continues.

The last matches suspended were Arsenal-Wolverhampton and Everton-Newcastle. This has been of great concern because Premier League It is a tournament that does not stop at parties. That means that infections could increase.

“The council accepted Newcastle’s request for postponement as the club does not have the required number of players available for the match (13 from field and one goalkeeper) due to Covid cases and injuries,” reported the Premier League it’s a statement.

In Italy the Serie B was suspended until next year. As long as the situation improves with respect to the number of infections. For their part, in Serie A they hope that things will improve so that the tournament continues as normal the first week of January.


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