Coronavirus: Black Maidens spotted in protective masks ahead of Liberia trip

The Black Maidens have been spotted in protective masks ahead of their trip to Liberia, as a precaution against the fast-spreading coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Black Maidens spotted in protective masks ahead of Liberia trip

The team and its technical staff were all in protective masks when they arrived at the Kotoka International Airport for the trip.

Ghana’s U-17 female national team is travelling to Liberia for the first-leg of their World Cup qualifier.

The team has, however, been sensitized on the coronavirus and given protective masks ahead of the trip to face their West African opponents.

The outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus threatens to truncate the current football calendar in a number of countries.

This comes after the Coronavirus was declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO).

China has been hit very hard by the coronavirus, with over 2,000 killed and over 80,000 more infected.

However, it has spread to other countries in Asia, Europe and Africa, with Nigeria being the latest to record a case.

Meanwhile, the leagues in China and Japan have been suspended, with other games in the Italian Serie A are set to be played behind closed doors.

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