Getty ImagesGerman soccer’s plan to return after the coronavirus crisis has suffered a setback after 2. Bundesliga side Dynamo Dresden announced their whole squad has been put in self-isolation. The second-tier club said they have taken the measures after laboratory samples revealed two players have tested positive for the virus, although they are both currently symptom free. Dresden were due to resume their season on 17th May at Hannover 96, but that match has now been cancelled due to the quarantine measures. Germany's top-flight Bundesliga announced ambitious plans to return from 16th May, behind closed doors and subject to strict safety checks, after a fall in the number of new cases in the country. Dresden’s sports manager Ralf Minge said in a statement: 'In the past few weeks, we have made enormous efforts in terms of personnel and logistics in order to strictly implement all the prescribed medical and hygienic measures.
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