Swallows are not panicking as a result of the Chiefs' health crisis.
In response to probable positive Covid-19 instances at the club, the Bube Birds worked rapidly to quell any suspicions that there would be widespread panic.
Following the discovery of a massive 31 positive cases of Covid-19 at Kaizer Chiefs on Friday, the club issued a statement.
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Chiefs' most recent opponents, and the last side to come into contact with them, were the Swallows, who played them in a DStv Premiership match on Sunday at Dobsonville Stadium.
The possibility of a similar outbreak at the club has, obviously, sparked fears for the health of the players and administrators at that organization.
Swallows general manager David Mogashoe said that the team is keeping a close eye on the health issue in their camp.
"We are aware of the reports," Mogashoe said in an interview with the source.
"At this time, there have been no cases of Covid-19 reported in our camp.
"However, we are keeping an eye on the situation to ensure that all of our players and officials are protected."
"We are not in a state of panic at the moment.
Following the severe Covid-19 outbreak, Kaizer Chiefs have already written to the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to asking that their next five fixtures be postponed.
Because of the threat to their safety, the Amakhosi have already closed their Naturena training base.
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