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    Coronavirus

    Coronavirus. It may be necessary for public distancing measures such as closing schools and banning football matches says Health Secretary Matt Hancock.

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    As the infected in the UK reaches 40 people today it’s inevitable that mass gatherings will be banned unfortunately, just a matter of time.
    Problem is can supermarkets be classed as mass gatherings and will we have to order all our food on line to avoid contact.
    Maybe they will be forced to play matches behind closed doors.
    Let’s hope it’s contained as soon as possible before people panic.
    Influenza kills more people but we have learned to live with that and develop a vaccine each year.
    Not scaremongering but we have to be prepared.
    The human race is so vulnerable and a virus is more deadly than any war.

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    No fuss yesterday at the West Brom match, everybody acting normal and not bothered. Players didn't do the handshakes but our lot did the huddle before the start.

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    Match still on for Saturday for those travelling -
    https://www.efl.com/news/2020/march/...virus-update2/

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    Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta last night tested positive for coronavirus and also Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi.
    Both PL and EFL hold emergency meetings this morning to discuss this latest development

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    All EFL/PL games suspended until April 3rd

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    After a traumatic few months of Coronavirus spreading throughout the world and many deaths, finally, in U.K. at least, it looks as if we are over the worst of it.
    The EFL have been given the green light for clubs to start training in preparation to play out the remaining nine games of the season, albeit behind closed doors. With so much at stake regarding promotion to the PL and the vast sums of money on offer to promoted sides, this is the only fair way of completing the season.
    Swans are just three points off a play-off position in the table and will be right in the mix for that third promotion spot, along with several other clubs including Cardiff.

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    Swans return to training:
    https://www.swanseacity.com/

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