This Monday, in dialogue with TNT Sports Pablo Alvarado told what it will be like to return to training in Ecuador one of the Latin American countries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. All this while Emelec, who had returned to training prematurely, reported that he had eight positive cases of COVID 19.
"Here in Quito it was controlled, but the news that came from other parts of the country, such as Guayaquil, was not so good," explained the defender, who noted that the return to training is scheduled for June 8, after testing by middle of the Ecuadorian Football Federation. In turn, when asked about what he thinks will happen, he described this return as "an experiment". "Independiente del Valle is serious and will take the necessary measures. They have already told us the protocol," he continued. "I do not know how it will be in the rest of the clubs. But Independiente is different from the rest because it has an infrastructure that allows, for example, to change in individual rooms and not in the locker room. I don't know if all the clubs can do the same. "
"The situation is delicate," he observed when asked if the players have a voice and vote in the return or if they end up abiding by what is asked of them. Then, he added: "I think that if one of us decides not to go for fear of getting infected, he would be fully within his rights. Obviously, we want to train after so long and if the necessary measures are in place, we will be willing to do it, but whoever decides not to attend is in their right ".