German second-tier side Dynamo Dresden has returned two more positive tests for coronavirus. The Bundesliga 2 club put their entire squad and coaching staff into isolation for two weeks on the 9th of May after two of their players tested positive to coronavirus.
Dynamo Dresden has reported that another player and a member of the coaching staff have also tested positive for Covid-19. They will be placed under further quarantine, but the team will resume their training from Saturday.
A statement released by the Dynamo Dresden health department reads: “The Dresden Health Department acted absolutely responsibly and correctly by quarantining our team at home because it enabled us to break an infection chain within our team at an early stage.” The statement as made by Dresden’s team doctor team Onays Al-Sadi.
The Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 both restarted on Saturday, 16th May making them the first major European league to resume their league after the coronavirus lockdown. Dynamo Dresden was the only team not to train because they were all under quarantine as at the time of the resumption.