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World Three D1 Arkema games reported because of COVID

18:42  14 january  2022
18:42  14 january  2022 Source:   sofoot.com

Three D1 Arkema games reported because of COVID

 Three D1 Arkema games reported because of COVID © provided by Sofoot No revenge for the DFCO! The D1 Arkema also undergoes the Omicron wave. During this 12th day, three posters are affected. The match between the PSG and Dijon, originally scheduled Sunday, is postponed because of a large number of cases positive to Covid in the ranks of the Burgundian team. The same goes for the meeting between OL and ASJ Soyaux, which was to stand this Friday, and Ea Guingamp-Girondins from Bordeaux on Saturday. The matches have not yet been replenified.

  Trois matchs de D1 Arkema reportés à cause de la Covid © provided by Sofoot

No revenge for the DFCO!

The D1 Arkema also undergoes the Omicron wave. During this 12th day, three posters are affected. The match between the PSG and Dijon, originally scheduled Sunday, is postponed because of a large number of cases positive to Covid in the ranks of the Burgundian team. The same goes for the meeting between OL and ASJ Soyaux, which was to stand this Friday, and Ea Guingamp-Girondins from Bordeaux on Saturday. The matches have not yet been replenified.

Paris Saint-Germain - Dijon postponed? #psgdfco

- female psg (@psg_feminines) January 14, 2022

There will be only three d1 arkema meetings this weekend. The resumption of the women's championship looks more complicated than expected, while last weekend took place the seizenies of the Final of the Coupe de France. The health protocol for the FFF National Championship allows a club to request a postponement since four players are tested positive over a seven-day period.

The Girondins finally get a postmark!

Australian Open looms, but it doesn't have to be a COVID-19 disaster .
This seems like the worst of all possible times to host the Australian Open, but despite the high number of COVID-19 cases, there's less reason to postpone the tournament than last year.We've already seen case numbers rise to levels we have not seen before, and they are going to rise even higher, and with that our public health system is going to be put under significant levels of strain. There is just no way of underplaying this, the next few weeks are going to take us to a place we haven't been before in Australia and it's going to be difficult.

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This is interesting!