South Korea's national football team says six of its players have COVID-19, but after no further infections were reported, the team will play their next friendly against Qatar on Tuesday.
After all the squad took a third COVID-19 test, no additional players were positive.
So far, six players and two staff members have contracted the virus.
With 19 out of 25 players available, the Korea Football Association says they'll play as scheduled.
Under FIFA's COVID-19-related match regulations, a team can still play as long as 13 healthy players, including one goalkeeper, are available.