Mexican soccer reports 116 positive cases of COVID-19 within hours of the start of Clausura 2022

There is less than a day left until the Clausura 2022 tournament of Mexican soccer begins and at least 116 positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in the different divisions of Mexican soccer.

Faced with this situation, the League reported that met with all clubs to update sanitary protocols and establish new measures to control infections.

“In this regard, it was agreed to increase preventive care in the face of the new conditions of the pandemic, promptly review the schedule of antigen tests and maintain constant communication between institutions to assess new measures given the growing risk of contagion ”, they indicated.

They also confirmed that for postpone a game due to positive cases, tests carried out 72 hours in advance will be taken into account of the meeting.

The Liga MX reports a total of 39 cases, to Expansion League 24, 16 in the U-16, 14 in the U-14, 13 in the Liga MX Femenil and four, five and one in the U-20, Sub- 18 and U-17, respectively, indicated the Mediotiempo portal.

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