Nyasa Big Bullets has welcomed back two starlets, Hassan Kajoke and Luke Chima into the camp after recovering from the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease.
The two tested positive over a week ago and have been in isolation alongside other players, a development which forced the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) to postpone Bullets’ match against rivals Be Forward Wanderers.
In a club statement released on Wednesday, the club has confirmed their recovery status.
“The two players have since rejoined the squad that is currently preparing for our TNM Super League match against Kamuzu Barracks on Sunday.
"The other nine players and one staff member, who also tested positive are still in isolation. The Club will keep the public informed of these developments as they unfold. Nyasa Big Bullets implores all our supporters and the wider football fraternity to follow Covid-19 safety measures at all times,” reads the statement.
The champions suspended training after cases surged at the team as a way of controlling the further spread of the virus.
This forced teams like Moyale, who were in contact with Bullets he previous weekend during their encounter at Kamuzu Stadium to undergo a test and they came out negative.
The Kalisto Pasuwa-led side sit on position eight in the league with eight points from five games.