The proposed COVID-19 for players and officials of Delta Queens scheduled for Tuesday 12 will no longer due to break down of machine.
Delta Queens players and officials in line with directives from the NWFL had wanted to carry out the test on Tuesday.
Africatopsports.com learnt from the club Secretary, Ihedioha Martha that the development followed a late notice from the teams medical doctor who got an update from the General Hospital, Asaba, that due to a breakdown of their test Machine, the scheduled exercise can no longer hold today (Tuesday January 12).
Martha who decried the development is however optimistic the test will be carried out as soon as possible so as to meet up with demand from the NWFL for teams to submit their Covid -19 test of Players and officials on or before Friday January 15, 2021 or face an indefinite suspension from the NWFL.
She informed that the General Hospital, Asaba has informed that the machines have been put inorder and the test will now be done on Wednesday January 13.
It would be recalled that in view of the conduct of the covid -19 test to be carried out by various clubs yet to do so, the NWFL week five encounters were postponed from January Wednesday 13th to Jan.
Delta Queens will host league leaders Bayelsa Queens Fc, at the Agbor Township Stadium, Agbor.