Medeama players and officials have undergone a coronavirus test on Friday morning ahead of the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League season.
The 30 registered players, technical team and management members went through the medical exercise at the club’s Secretariat.
The tests are required by Ghana FA health protocol to ensure the safety of those participating in their competitions.
The top two leagues have agreed a ‘Return to Training Protocol’ with teams allowed to start training after undergoing a mandatory coronavirus test.
Ghana football was suspended indefinitely in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, forcing the FA to cancel the 2019-2020 season.
Before the cancellation of the season, the Tarkwa based side were just four points off the top of the table.
The two times FA Cup winner are still chasing their first ever premier league title.