The President of Mexican top tier club League, Enrique Bonilla has joined a legion of others around the globe to be infected with the novel COVID-19 after he returned from Spain from days ago. This was confirmed via a statement by the Liga MX on Friday night that the President of the League has been tested positive for the deadly pandemic currently sweeping the entire world.
The news came as a rude shock to the clubs in Liga MX league after a statement was released to that effect last night. Meanwhile, this is not the first news of coronavirus cases among bosses of the league. Alberto Marrero the President of Atletico San Luis was the first among bosses in the league to be infected with the virus after his trip from Spain. The news was revealed via the Twitter page of the league.
Reasonably, the League also disclosed that its President has been placed in self-isolation to ensure that the virus doesn’t spread further through him. In the statement released on the Twitter page, which reads:
“We would like to inform everyone that after several tests we have been able to confirm that our president Enrique Bonilla tested positive for coronavirus and he didn’t present the symptoms acquainted with the illness. Bonilla has been isolated and he is in quarantine to stop the virus from spreading.”
It would be recalled that a few days ago, Alberto Marrero the owner of Atletico San Luis was tested positive for the coronavirus after he returned from Spain. He confirmed that he had the virus and has been placed under strict health procedures immediately. Furthermore, members of Puebla football teams were examined because their last game was against San Luis whose boss was later tested positive for the virus.
Football games across Europe have been placed on hold. As recently as yesterday, the Premier League, FA, and EFL announced that the English league will resume play by the ending of April which is still subject to change depending on the health improvement at that time.
It is important to follow every health procedures for safety against the novel COVID-19.