FIVB loses 2022 Nations League men’s volleyball match China-France after players found infected with coronavirus

FIVB has ordered the cancellation of the match. The men’s volleyball match between China and France in the 2022 Nations League today after an athlete tested positive for coronavirus.

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Today (June 21), the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and Volleyball World have confirmed that they have canceled the game. Men’s volleyball match between China and France To enter the field on June 22 after being informed by the Chinese team that they cannot send players to compete. due to public health problems

In the announcement stated that the Chinese national team has stated that They were unable to send all six athletes to the field in that game. This may be due to the spread of COVID-19. Making this game will be the Philippines national team that will compete with the French national team instead. And in the canceled game, the Chinese national team will be forfeited 0-3 to the French national team.

The final message states that FIVB and Volleyball World apologize to the athletes and fans for any inconvenience caused by the cancellation of the match. as always FIVB and Volleyball World’s first precautionary measure is to protect the health and well-being of both athletes, tournament organizers and fans.

Read the full statement from FIVB here.

As for today (June 21), the Volleyball Nations League 2022 has four more matches, including Slovenia vs. Netherlands, Argentina vs. Japan, Australia vs. Canada and Iran vs. Bulgaria. is as follows

  • Slovenia meets the Netherlands at 2 p.m. Thailand time. (Competing in the Philippines)
  • Argentina meets Japan at 6:00 p.m. local time. (Competing in the Philippines)
  • Australia meets Canada at 9pm Thailand time. (Competing in Bulgaria)
  • Iran meets Bulgaria at 00.00 local time. (Competing in Bulgaria)

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