Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: ReutersChinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: Reuters

Chinese Super League set for kick-off after 1,800 negative Covid-19 tests

  • Players will be tested once per week and confined to hotels outside training and matches
  • Any team that violates the strict coronavirus measures risks being kicked out of the league, officials warn

Topic |   Chinese Super League
Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: ReutersChinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG train in May. Photo: Reuters
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