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January 23, 2021
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Police FC Players, Officials Test For COVID-19 Ahead Of 2020-21 Season.

The players and technical staff of Uganda Police Football Club have been taken through the mandatory testing for the Coronavirus pandemic ahead of the start of the 2020-21 season.

With few days to the official kick-off, all clubs in the Uganda Premier League are required to have the mandatory COVID-19 tests as part of health measures to ensure safety.

Uganda Police FC through the Federation of Uganda Football Association and the ministry of health had their players and officials tested for COVID-19.

The Cops took to their Twitter account to confirm the latest development in the camp.

Every other club is expected to undergo the testing before the start of the 2020/21 season commences on 3rd of December.

Uganda Police will kick start their UPL campaign at home on Saturday 5th December as they host Wakiso Giants Football Club at Lugogo.

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