And there’s currently no one among Kenny Jackett’s squad feeling any symptoms associated with Covid-19.
It’s now two weeks since the last Blues player, Ross McCrorie, was confirmed as testing positive for the virus.
That followed on from Sean Raggett, Andy Cannon, James Bolton and Haji Mnoga earlier doing likewise as Pompey were plunged into the heart of the coronavirus crisis.
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The good news is those men are now in fine fettle and training within the constraints of government guidelines.
Jackett said ‘They’re all okay and past the isolation periods now, so they’re all outside running and training.
‘There’s no further symptoms which is obviously good news. There’s no symptoms or support from doctors.
‘And there’s nothing any different with the rest of the lads at this moment in time.’