Norwich City confirm three cases of coronavirus at the club
Norwich City confirm three cases of coronavirus at the club as Canaries goalkeeper Tim Krul reveals he is feeling ‘under the weather and fatigued’ after testing positive
- Norwich City have confirmed three cases of coronavirus at the club
- The Canaries have ordered all three members of the first-team bubble to isolate
- Keeper Tim Krul confirmed that he was one of the trio who has contracted virus
Norwich City have confirmed three cases of coronavirus at the club, with goalkeeper Tim Krul revealing he is one of those to have caught the virus.
The Championship leaders, who play Coventry City in the FA Cup third round on Saturday lunchtime, said that the trio had been informed and were isolating at home.
Krul took to Instagram to tell his followers of his condition after the club made its announcement.
Norwich City have announced three positive coronavirus cases have been found at the club
‘Earlier this week I was informed by the club that my COVID test came back positive,’ he wrote.
I immediately began my self-isolation period. I feel under the weather and fatigued. It’s an important reminder to stay safe. This virus is not a hoax and to protect those around us.’
The positive tests come on the week after the Canaries beat a Covid-19 depleted Barnsley at Carrow Road.
Goalkeeper Tim Krul went on social media to confirm he was one of the players infected
The Tykes were without Valerien Ismael confirms that all of Alex Mowatt, Conor Chaplin, Brad Collins and George Miller for the Championship clash last Saturday.
Norwich’s FA Cup tie against Coventry will go ahead on Saturday, but plenty of other FA Cup ties have fallen foul of the virus.
Shrewbury’s clash with Southampton has been postponed after an outbreak at the League One club, while Derby and Aston Villa will both field youth teams after their respective first-team bubbles were compromised by several covid cases.
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