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Coronavirus Pandemic: Tottenham Allow Son Heung-min, Steven Bergwijn To Fly Back Home

Coronavirus pandemic: Tottenham Hotspur allow Son Heung-min, Steven Bergwijn to fly back home despite the ongoing coronavirus lockdown across the UK.

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The trajectory of coronavirus cases across the United Kingdom has been on the rise over the last couple of days. British Prime minister Boris Johnson, who himself tested positive for the COVID-19 strain has said that things are going to get worse in the coming days and has urged citizens to remain at home amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. However, despite strict government regulations during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Tottenham have allowed two of their Premier League stars - Son Heung-min and Steven Bergwijn - to return home to their families.

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Coronavirus pandemic: Tottenham allow Son Heung-min to fly back to South Korea for 'personal reasons'

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Tottenham attackers Son Heung-Min and Steven Bergwijn were allowed to depart the UK for South Korea and the Netherlands, respectively. Son Heung-min, who is currently in rehabilitation for a fracture, cited 'personal reasons' as his reason to head back to South Korea. Bergwijn has left for Holland in order to spend time with his wife as they are expecting their first child together. The coronavirus pandemic has forced Premier League officials to suspend all matches till at least April 30, 2020. 

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