From the beginning Friday morning, Chiefs said 31 individuals tried positive for Covid-19 at the club, bringing about the conclusion of Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena this week. Amakhosi said they therefore don't have the numbers to handle a group, and they see this as a "power majeure" circumstance.
They requested that the PSL delay their DStv Premiership match against Cape Town City at FNB Stadium on Saturday, and three other association matches in December.
Bosses said: "As Kaizer Chiefs conveyed over the most recent couple of days paving the way to the game against Swallows FC [on Sunday], the club has initiated stricter Covid-19 administration conventions after a few positive Covid-19 cases influencing the group and general faculty.
"Our conventions are consistently severe, yet we have must be more rigid in the beyond about fourteen days, given the expanding number of diseases in Gauteng and the country.
"Players and staff at Kaizer Chiefs FC have been firmly checked for manifestations during the Covid-19 pandemic and have been tried routinely. More staff tried positive this week as we were planning for Saturday's down.
"Because of this flare-up that has seen no under 31 individuals test positive for Covid-19, Kaizer Chiefs Village is briefly shut until the following week.
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"Given the circumstance, the clinical group led contact following of essential contacts of the individuals who tried positive and taught all players, individuals from the specialized group and staff, including the people who tried contrary, who are essential contacts to isolation according to Covid-19 conventions.
"The club has kept in touch with the PSL to demand a delay of the four impending games in December against Cape Town City, Golden Arrows (December 8), Sekhukhune United (December 12) and Royal AM (December 22) to keep away from dangers of disease and further spread of the infection and permit those impacted to recuperate and finish their quarantine period before they can play against different groups.
"We view this as an instance of power majeure as the thing the club is encountering as a result of Covid-19 and the conventions it is obliged to execute is absolutely outside the ability to control of the club.
"The club doesn't right now have adequate players nor specialized group to comprise a group. We have spoke to the association to truly think about the matter for everybody's wellbeing and security, on the grounds that there are numerous others engaged with getting sorted out a game.
"The group will be firmly checked by our clinical group while we keep on keeping up with Covid-19 danger moderation conventions."
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