They along with their coach, have been confined to their training base in Western China. From APv-
China’s soccer officials may suspend the Super League after an outbreak of swine flu at one team.
Players and staff of Chongqing Lifan, including Dutch coach Arie Haan, were confined to their training base in western China after 11 players tested positive for the H1N1 virus, the newspaper Titan Sports reported Friday.
Chinese Football Association organizers are considering a series of contingencies for outbreaks, including suspending the season, said Titan, citing association documents.
Such quarantines are usually lifted after one week if no one else tests positive for the virus. Chongqing’s confinement began on Thursday, it said.
It is said Swine Flu in China so far has been pretty mild. The reaction of local officials isn’t a match. If you believe Chinese
propaganda news reports, no one has died of the H1N1 virus in the country. Then why place a soccer team or even an entire hotel under quarantine?
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