Two more Turkish football clubs have announced that some of their staff members tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
An employee working for Turkish football club Fenerbahçe tested positive for coronavirus on May 12 as positive cases rose to two.
Turkey’s basketball and volleyball leagues will not return to action this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One Beşiktaş player and a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus three days after the announcement that the Turkish league will resume next month, the club said on May 9.
The International Football Association Board (IFAB) confirmed on May 8 that teams can make extra substitutions during games to "protect player welfare" in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
An employee for Fenerbahce tested positive for the new coronavirus on May 7, forcing the Turkish Super Lig club to cancel training on May 8.
A footballer from Ankaragücü has tested positive for coronavirus, the Turkish Süper Lig announced on May 5.
Fenerbahçe women's basketball team star Alina Iagupova was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the EuroLeague Women season on May 1.
Turkish basketball club Anadolu Efes's French forward Adrien Moerman said Turkey is safer than France amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.