We’re delighted to report that two Wexford GAA clubs have received the all clear from Covid-19…
A number of Wexford GAA clubs suspended activity due to Covid-19 concerns recently.
It has now emerged that both Bunclody GAA and Askamore-Kilrush GAA club have received the all-clear after their Covid-19 results came back negative.
This is great news for both clubs and the communities, and GAA action in both clubs can now resume.
“We are happy to report that all club members that were being tested have returned negative results. Please be assured that as always, the club will continue to follow all HSE and GAA guidelines,” Bunclody revealed in a statement released to their social media channels.
The Askamore-Kilrush GAA club released a similar statement:
“Delighted to report that all of the tests taken by our players have come back negative. So club activities can resume immediately.”
Again, both GAA clubs should be applauded here for their swift action, halting activity, and for following HSE protocols.
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