Free Fire World Series player tests COVID Positive in Singapore, moved to Isolation

Free fire World Series can get postponed after player tests Covid-19 positive
Free fire World Series can get postponed after player tests Covid-19 positive

Free Fire World Series 2021 player tests COVID Positive in Singapore: Free Fire World Series is about to start, where teams from all over the world reached Singapore for the event except teams from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Teams are going under a quarantine period to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Today Free Fire Esports Brazil’s Twitter handle posted an update about the player who tested positive for the Covid-19.

They posted, “A Brazilian participant, who traveled to Singapore to participate in biggest Free Fire tournament ‘Free Fire World Series 2021’ while entering Singapore all visitors have to go through test for COVID-19. The participant was tested positive for Covid-19, after the positive report, he was taken to a hospital for treatment. Now he recovered completely and tested negative for Covid-19 while traveling back to Brazil.”

They further added “Due to strict protocols of the Brazilian government, the participant was placed in home isolation. The participant is currently spending his remaining time in home isolation. Ensuring and protecting the health of everyone involved remains our top priority. We will continue to work with the authorities to ensure the safety and success of the Free Fire World Series.”

A few days ago, the Singapore Government announced the restriction for the visitors who have travel history of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka in the last 14 days. Due to this restriction, teams from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh will not be able to participate in the biggest Free Fire tournament.

The Free Fire World Series 2021 Singapore will be starting on 22nd May 2021 where Play-Ins of FFWS 2021 Singapore will take place on May 22. On the other hand, Grand Finals will take place on 30th May 2021. Total 18 teams from all around the world will participate in the biggest Free Fire tournament. The event has featured a massive prize pool of $2 million USD where some award money will be given to the teams from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh as they will not be able to participate in the Lan event.

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