About 48 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers were set to occur in almost 50 nations over the mainland toward the finish of March.
Confederation of African Football (Caf) has chosen to postpone the matches since most of the players would be coming home from nations highly infected by the deadly coronavirus.
Per bawkuonline.com source, on Wednesday, a few footballers, mentors and executives in England, Italy and Germany have been infected with the exceptionally infectious ailment.
In the mean time, decision on the African Nations Championship (CHAN) which is booked to happen in Cameroon between 4-25 April will be reported in the coming days.
Kenyan government has also stated that no citizen would be allowed to travel abroad until early April, which means the Harambee Stars’ Nations Cup tie in Comoros on 29 March is questionable.
Tunisia in the other hand has dropped all football matches while Burundi said they won’t be welcoming Europe-based players for their up and coming AFCON qualifiers due to the coronavirus.