Muscat: The players of Oman’s national junior football team and the technical and administrative staff, on Tuesday, at Badr Al-Samaa Hospital in Al-Khuwair, conducted medical examinations for the detection of Coronavirus (Covid-19).
The medical examinations for Covid-19 come as a precautionary measure before entering national junior football team in its closed camp, which will be held in the governorate of Muscat from 4 to 20 September, and the checks included all the players who were included in the list for the camp, in addition to the technical and administrative staff of the team.
Oman U-16s enter Muscat camp in preparation for the AFC U-16 Final, which will be hosted by the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain from November 26 to December 15, where our team will play in Group Two, which includes the Emirates, Yemen and Tajikistan teams.
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