Japan: A match in the Japanese top football league J League 1 on Sunday was canceled by the J League after finding A total of 3 players and staff in Nagoya Grampus test positive Kovid 19.

Sanfrecce Hiroshima's home game against Nagoya Grampus is the first to be canceled since the start of the Japanese league. Back in early July. Japan is currently battling the spread of Kovid 19 virus, especially in Tokyo and Tokyo. Osaka, which can cause fear of a second wave.

Defender Kazuya Miyahara became the first person to be infected with the virus after starting a fever and headache on Friday and tested positive. Following the news, Nagoya Grampus decided to test 60 other players and officials and continue to find a player and a staff member. Others also have positive signs.


Many sports, including Japanese football, have just returned to the stadium in mid-July. Under the strictest measures. As of Saturday, the country had found 809 new cases, bringing the total to 28,786. As of Sunday, 993 people had been killed. (Quoted from AFP)


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