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Bundesliga recently announced restart of the match season after coronavirus pandemic threw all the schedules out of order. However, Dynamo Dresden's entire squad will be under two-weeks of isolation. Two players in the team have been tested positive for coronavirus, the team manager informed.
As per Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 official statement, the matches will start on Saturday 16 May. Following the coronavirus shutdown, Bundesliga will be the first European league to start matches. German Football Association (DFB) informed that the matches will be played under strict health protocols.
The league was suspended on March 13 but as the situation improved, players started practicing under strict condition by mid-April. The league will be played without any fans in the stadium. The management committee informed that there will be around 300 people including staff and officials present during matches. All the players and officials will undergo COVID-19 testing. As many labs have introduced quick tests for COVID-19, it has become easier to keep the risk of coronavirus in check.
Dynamo Dresden sports manager Ralf Minge informed, "In the past few weeks, we have made enormous efforts in terms of personnel and logistics in order to strictly implement all the prescribed medical and hygienic measures."
Dynamo Dresden is on the bottom of Bundesliga 2 and they were planning to start the season on May 17. However, under the current conditions, there would be delay for the team. As sports events have been cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic, online sports betting as suffered. However, the online betting and gambling space has been gaining more customers as physical casinos have closed due to COVID-19 lockdowns. We can expect stronger revenue for online casino and sports betting companies in near future.Region: GermanyEuropeGeneral: Sports UpdateTNMFeaturedOnline CasinoSports Betting
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