Soccer: JFA president to seek coronavirus quarantine exemption

Japan Football Association President Kozo Tashima said Wednesday he will ask the government to relax coronavirus quarantine measures for players returning to the country from overseas.The government currently requires Japanese citizens entering the country from abroad to undergo a 14-day quarantine period aimed at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus.But Tashima, speaking in an online interview, said he had written to the Japan Sports Agency and would petition for an exemption for players returning from matches overseas.”I’m going to ask (the JSA) myself,” Tashima said.The Japanese nat…

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