Leipzig has returned to training this Friday after a week of rest forced by the coronavirus under strict measures that prohibit the physical contact of the players, they force work in “small groups” and to change clothes in “separate changing rooms”. The information, revealed by Kicker magazine, has been confirmed by the club in the words of its sports director, Markus Krösche, who assures that they are “training with individual ball exercises”, he told Sky Sports.Nevertheless, the entity has not announced in its official channels the return to work. Leipzig, brand-new quarterfinalist of the ‘Champions League’ after eliminating Tottenham, is the first Bundesliga team to return to activity. The domestic competition will be suspended until April 2, but Leipzig has preferred to return to action minimizing contact between its players. The staff of the German team was changed into separate rooms where they usually rest, some rooms for own use, and later they took a shower without going through the changing room, also in these facilities. Many of them ate in their rooms and others took the food to their homes.. Leipzig’s early response has surprised many fans. High rates of infection (19,865 infected) have made Germany the fourth country in the world with the most COVID-19 patients after China, Italy and Spain. In total, 53 Germans have died from this disease since the pandemic began.