Badminton World Federation SOPs: At Least One Mandatory Test Per Player Per Event

Elwanda Tulloch




All players and officials will have to undergo at least one mandatory COVID-19 test at all World Tour events and the major championships, said the Badminton World Federation as it published safety operating procedures for the resumption of the sport amid the pandemic. A day after launching the readjusted international calendar, the governing body published its safety protocols and operating procedures document as it looks “to create the safest possible environment for all stakeholders”. “To ensure the safest possible environment for players and entourage, BWF will be implementing a COVID-19 testing plan for each Major Championships and HSBC BWF World Tour tournament,” BWF said in a release.

“All players and team entourage will be required to undertake COVID-19 PCR tests at each Major Championships and HSBC BWF World Tour tournaments … There will be at least one mandatory test per player per event.”

The governing body said “accreditations

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Cana Swimming Event Postponed, Usf Ready For Post Covid 19

Elwanda Tulloch

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

Nabil Saleh in action in a past CANA event in Uganda. Photo by Michael Nsubuga

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

The 6th CANA Zone III Swimming Championships in Kampala in November was one of the major activities on the Uganda Swimming Federation (USF) calendar this year.

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

According to the USF president Moses Mwase,

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