Six players from Indian Super League (ISL) clubs have tested positive for COVID-19 before they could enter the bio-secure bubble in Goa.

The players are from defending champions ATK Mohun Bagan, FC Goa and Hyderabad FC.

As per information, two players have recovered while the other four have isolated themselves at home.

As per ISL regulations, any player who tests positive for COVID-19 has to isolate himself for 14 days.

The player will then mandatorily undertake three COVID-19 tests on Day 10, Day 12 and Day 14 and if the tests on Day 12 and Day 14 come negative, only then will he be allowed to travel to Goa.

The fitness certificate to travel, provided by the health authorities, should be shared with the League.

The seventh season of ISL will be played entirely in Goa, with the opening match scheduled for November 21.

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