Yes, Colonia will not stop training despite the positives of the three assets, whose names were not published by the entity. They will be subject, as provided in the protocol, to a quarantine of 14 days. According to the German newspaper Bild, it is about two players and a physiotherapist from the first team. While they isolate themselves, the rest of the Colonia team will continue preparing in groups, following “the hygiene and prevention guidelines exercised since April 6,” explained sports director Horst Heldt.“The health and privacy of our players and employees takes precedence over all kinds of reflections,” continued the head of the FC sports area. “The measures that we have been carrying out to date and the strategy based on routine tests have proven effective so that we can now react by implementing individual solutions” The Colony, therefore, will try to maintain normality. It remains to be seen how Merkel and her cabinet interpret the events. The restart of the Bundesliga seemed a matter of time, but what happened in Cologne on Friday afternoon could alter the decision on the resumption of the German competition. The Cologne, tenth ranked in the Bundesliga, announced in a statement that a total of three members of its staff had tested positive for coronavirus. The news will surely influence the government’s final decision regarding Chancellor Angela Merkel, which is expected with concern for next week.