The traditional handshakes among players and experts in the Head Alliance games kick-off have been quickly limited amidst coronavirus fears.
The Head Alliance confirmed that movement won’t occur ‘until further notice’ considering clinical direction.
The full Head Alliance decree says: “For prosperity reasons there will be no shaking of hands between players before Chief Association matches
“The Chief Group sensible play handshake won’t happen among players and match specialists from this week’s end until further notice subject to clinical guidance.
“Coronavirus is spread by methods for globules from the nose and mouth and can be transmitted on to the hands and passed on by methods for a handshake.
“Clubs and match specialists will at present play out the rest of the standard leave show before each mechanical assembly.
“On entering the field of play, the two gatherings will continue masterminding, joined by the Head Class music, by then players from the host gathering will walk around their limitation without shaking their hands.”
This comes after Danish star, Thomas Kahlenberg, 36, who performed well at the 2010 World Cup, attempted positive for coronavirus.