Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak are returned to their camping base to prepare ahead of their season opener against AshantiGold SC on Tuesday 24 November.
The Phobians were grounded in Dormaa ahead of their first game against Aduana Stars which was postponed due to concerns of coronavirus.
It had been reported that the team had contracted over 30 cases of coronavirus, leading to health officials and the Ghana FA calling off the game.
The team was then quarantined in Dormaa for some days for tests to be carried out.
The Ghana Health Service gave the green light for the team to travel back to Accra to compete in the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday after the team was declared coronavirus free after tests conducted.
Hearts of Oak moved to Abreyia, Glow Lamp Academy to continue with their preparations ahead of their league match against AshGold.