Coronavirus Outbreak: Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow's Jefferson Farfan tests positive for COVID-19

Farfan, 35, is yet to play a game in this campaign, which has eight more rounds remaining, after sustaining a knee injury last year.

Reuters May 17, 2020 10:46:52 IST
Coronavirus Outbreak: Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow's Jefferson Farfan tests positive for COVID-19

Lokomotiv Moscow’s Jefferson Farfan has tested positive for the coronavirus , the Russian Premier League club said on Saturday.

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File image of Jefferson Farfan. Image courtesy: Twitter @fclokomotiv_eng

Farfan, 35, is yet to play a game in this campaign, which has eight more rounds remaining, after sustaining a knee injury last year.

“Jefferson Farfan has tested positive for coronavirus ,” the club said in on Twitter. “We wish Jeff a speedy recovery! Get better soon!”

Lokomotiv are second in Russia’s top flight, which will resume on 21 June after it was suspended in mid-March because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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