Tarxien Rainbows have been cleared to resume training after an enforced break due to COVID-19, the Premier League club announced.
The Rainbows were forced to pull out of Premier League matches against Floriana and Ħamrun Spartans after a member in their club tested positive for COVID-19.
The club put the whole senior team in isolation but on Saturday they announced that they have been given the green light to return to training and have attended the first session under coach Winston Muscat.
“Yesterday our full squad together with the Technical Staff underwent the last run of medical tests to which everyone tested negative,” the club said in a post on their facebook page.
“ This means that after a preventive stop, as form today our squad returned to training under the guidance of our coach Winston Muscat.
“During this week, our premises were fumigated in order to ensure that the place is safe for all those visiting.
“The President together with the club’s administration and the rest of the committee would like to thank the Department of Primary Health Care together with the MFA’s Medical Team for their outstanding service in such situation.
“Therefore our squad will return this Friday December 18 facing Sliema Wanderers.”