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Russia let sportsmen and women enter country ahead of return to action

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Pin Farfan tested positive for coronavirus. EFE
Farfan tested positive for coronavirus. EFE

Russia let sportsmen and women enter country ahead of return to action

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Russia have lifted the restrictions on people entering the country and they have let foreign sportsmen and women and coaches come in ahead of a return to training. The Russian league is expected to return on 21st June.

Russia have lifted the temporary restrictions on foreign sportsmen and women and coaches from entering the country as a result of COVID-19.

The authorisation affects professional players who have a valid contract with any Russian sports club. Once they enter the country, they will have to quarantine for 14 days, the statement from the Russian Government reads. 

This decision is to help Russian clubs return to training after the coronavirus pandemic.

On 15th May, it was revealed that the Russian League would resume on 21st June. This Saturday, Lokomotiv confirmed that their Peruvian striker Jefferson Farfan had picked up the coronavirus and promised to act in accordance with the recommendations from the relevant organisations once training resumes. According to the latest date, Russia has got 281,752 cases of COVID-19.

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