Monday, March 16, 2020

Mason Mount warned after breaking self-isolation

Chelsea have reminded Mason Mount and the rest of their first-team squad of their responsibilities during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, after Mount broke his self-isolation.

The Blues players and staff were ordered to self-isolate for 14 days after Callum Hudson Odoi was tested positive on Thursday, March 12.

However, Mount was pictured playing football at Trent Park Football Centre in Barnet on Sunday along with West Ham midfielder Declan Rice – a childhood friend of Mount’s.

Chelsea’s players had been told to avoid public spaces and meeting with friends, as advised by health authorities.

Current guidelines from the UK Government state that anyone displaying symptoms of the coronavirus, however mild, should remain at home for seven days from when the symptoms began.

Rice was not subject to self-isolation precautions as there have been no reported cases of players or staff having tested positive for the coronavirus at West Ham.

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