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Ghanaian players in Tunisia to be tested for Coronavirus

Published on: 27 March 2020

Ghanaian players in the Tunisia will be tested for COVID-19 as part of the federation's medical examination of all foreign footballers. 

Kwame Bonsu of Esperance, Seidu Bancey of ES Zarzis, Benjamin Bature of  JS Kairouan and Izaka Aboudou of  ES Métlaoui will all be tested for the virus that is fast spreading globally.

There are 130 foreign players in Tunisia, all of whom will be tested as the top flight league get suspended until further notice.

The football federation is coordinating will all clubs with foreign players for the testing exercise, as they control the spread of the deadly virus in the North African state.

Tunisia is one of the countries in Africa with increasing cases of the Coroanavirus as over a 100 people have tested positive.

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