GAA club in north Antrim suspends all activity for two weeks ‘in interests of public safety’ due to covid cases

The GAA club in Glenravel.

A GAA club in north Antrim has announced they have suspended all club activity for two weeks “in the interests of public safety” after they said a number of people tested positive for coronavirus.

Con Magees GAC in Glenravel said in a message on Facebook: ‘A chairde, due to the number of players and members of our wider community testing positive for Covid 19, Con Magees Executive Committee have decided to suspend all Club activity for two weeks from today (1st October) This decision is in the interests of public safety which remains paramount at all times.

‘We would remind anyone who has been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive that they MUST self isolate for 14 days.

‘Please check information on the Public Health Agency website to acquaint yourself with the current provisions in force, particularly if you are unsure as to what defines “close contact”.

‘We wish everyone who has tested positive to date a speedy recovery.’

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