CAF medical consultants will assess this weekend the measures hosts Cameroon have taken to fight the coronavirus pandemic forward of the African Nations Championship (CHAN).
The central African nation is scheduled to stage from April four to 25 the biennial competitors for footballers taking part in of their nation of beginning.
Cameroon reported two instances of the lethal COVID-19, which has shredded sports activities schedules throughout the globe.
On Friday, CAF postponed indefinitely two rounds of 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, set for March 25 to 31.
Relating to the CHAN, a CAF assertion stated the delegation “would assess the preventive measures taken by the local organising committee”.
Matches are as a result of be performed within the capital, Yaounde, at two stadiums in second metropolis Douala, and seaside metropolis Limbe.
Cameroon certified routinely for the 16-nation event and the opposite title contenders embrace defending champions Morocco.
In the meantime, a two-day convention scheduled for March 17-18 in Durban that might have highlighted the African soccer business has been postponed due to the coronavirus.
FIFA secretary basic Fatma Samoura had been invited to provide the keynote speech at an occasion the organisers now hope to stage in July or August.