The Kilkenny county board has today confirmed that a club player in the county has tested positive for covid-19.
The news was confirmed to KCLR radio today.
A spokesman for the county board told the station that HSE and GAA guidelines were being adhered to in regards to the positive test. It was also confirmed that they would not be naming the individual or club involved.
This comes days after GAA clubs have returned to training across the county.
There were zero deaths but 24 new cases of covid-19 in Ireland today. Dr Tony Holohan warned Irish people that the coronavirus has not gone away.
Dr. Tony Holohan to tell this evenings briefing “we are starting to see a worrying trend, with the number of reported cases increasing, and some new clusters”.
— Shane Beatty (@ShaneBeattyNews) June 29, 2020