- Kaizer Chiefs have taken a number of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus
- The Kaizer Chiefs Village is on lockdown, with many staff members working from home and the store closed
- The club has also had to postpone some of the special plans to celebrate their 50th anniversary
The Kaizer Chiefs Village is on lockdown amid the threat of the dreaded coronavirus.
To curb the spread of the Covid-19 strain, the club has instituted a number of measures.
The majority of the office personnel are now working from home and their store has been closed.
SowetanLIVE reported that their online store is operational and that the club has acted swiftly.
Marketing director Jessica Motaung said, "We have good doctors who have come in and spoken with the staff and team. We have closed our store but our online store remains active."
The PSL has postponed all fixtures due to the pandemic.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the timing may prove challenging for the Glamour Boys.
Chiefs were leading the race in the PSL and the club is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season.
Some of the special plans include a fixture against an unnamed famous club, but those plans have had to be delayed.
Motaung added, "We have to be responsible. As much as it is our 50th anniversary we'd like to celebrate 50 more years, so it's important we understand that all plans have to be put on hold until things are normalised."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Chiefs closed their youth academy due to the Covid-19 threat.
All youth levels from U-13 to U-19 have been suspended until further notice.
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