Kerry's All-Ireland U20 plans in turmoil after positive Covid case

October 16, 2020

A view of a Kerry GAA flag.

A number of Kerry’s players are isolating ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland U20FC semi-final after a squad member tested positive for Covid-19.

The Munster champions play Galway in Limerick at 4pm on Saturday and are now likely to be without a number of players.

Kerry GAA released the following statement: “A member of the Kerry U20 football Panel has tested positive for Covid-19. On receipt of this information and in advance of contract tracing by the HSE, the U20 Management have felt it prudent that a number of players who may have been in contact with the player should self-isolate.

“This decision by Management is taken in the interest of public health and these Panel members will only re-join the panel when deemed safe to do so by the HSE.

“The U20 Management and Panel have at all times strictly adhered to HSE and Public Health guidelines.”

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