The European Handball Federation taking action after numerous cases of COVID-19 positive tests in almost half of the national teams who are preparing for the start of the Men’s EHF EURO 2022 in Hungary and Slovakia.
While pandemic is spreading all over the continent, and as we read more and more about covid positive players, EHF should change a “14 days” rule, reducing it to five days isolation and two negative tests in a row, according to Handball-Planet.com sources.
At the moment, that decision ain’t official, but it seems like it would be inevitable. Most of the national teams who will participate at EHF Euro 2022 in Hungary and Slovakia, suffers from positive players, with daily changing squads update.
This decision could help the quality and regularity of the tournament which should start on January 13.