Covid-19 continues to spread among delegations with a few days to go before the start of the 2021 African Cup of Nations (9 January-6 February). Guinea is no exception. Mikaël Dyrestam, player of Sarpsborg (D1 Norway), and Kémoko Camara, the goalkeeper trainer, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
The doctor of the Guinean national team, who gave the information, indicates that the two people affected by the coronavirus are in isolation. They are at the Syli hotel in Kigali, Rwanda, where Kaba Diawara's team is preparing for the tournament.
The Guinean delegation touches base camp in Bafoussam in the evening of Thursday, January 6.
Guinea is housed in pool B with Senegal, Malawi and Zimbabwe.