COVID-19: The latest from the PSL


FARPost has obtained a communique between PSL doctors that gives an indication as to the way forward.

While the PSL bosses are still mum about the resumption of the Leagues – Premiership and GladAfrica Championship – there’s some communication between PSL medical officer Levarsen Pillay and the respective club doctors.

“Hi Colleagues. Our document was adopted. 1. A letter has been sent to (the) Minister to allow us to start training …. we will wait for approval and then after NSL will write a formal communique to the clubs on how everything will roll out. 2. What I can actually remember is that before training all team members will have to be tested for Covid-19, screened for chronic medical conditions and training will be staggered or in phases…. but the documents explains everything. That is the feedback I can give at the moment,” says Pillay in the communique.

“Oh in terms of the matches starting date…. Dr Jordaan (of Safa) and Dr Khoza (of the PSL) will engage the minister (Nathi Mthethwa) and they will release an official date soon,” Pillay added.

It’s not yet clear at this stage when there would be feedback from the PSL.

FARPost will keep you informed.

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