The two players will “separate and prepare independently” in private regions at England’s St George’s Park preparing base until 28 June.England players Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount should hole up until Monday in the wake of coming into close contact with Scotland’s Billy Gilmour, the Football Association has declared.
The two players will “segregate and prepare exclusively” in private regions at England’s St George’s Park preparing base until 28 June, the FA said in a statement.It implies the pair will miss around evening time’s Euro 2020 conflict with the Czech Republic – and the choice has been taken in meeting with Public Health England.
The whole England crew and staff had horizontal stream tests on Monday and all were again negative, similar to the case with Sunday’s UEFA pre-match PCR tests.
Further tests will be done as and when fitting, the FA said.
Gilmour, who won the man of the match grant for Scotland in the second gathering D match against England, tried positive for COVID on Monday after Friday’s 0-0 draw.
In an articulation, the Scottish FA said that Gilmour – who plays club football for Chelsea – will hole up for 10 days at the Rockcliffe Hotel, at Scotland’s preparation base in Darlington.