Officers had been booked to play Zanaco in focal city Ndola in the main Super League coordinate since the season was stopped toward the beginning of March by the COVID-19 ailment.
Each of the 18 alliance clubs needed to experience coronavirus tests this week and of the 58 players and staff at Rangers, just 30 were negative, as indicated by the national football affiliation.
"The affiliation is significantly worried that a few clubs have loosened up their adherence to the COVID-19 rules," general secretary Adrian Kashala told AFP.
"We ought to always remember that the association resumption can generally be ended if clubs don't hold fast to the endorsed rules.
"Clubs will confront firm punishments for breaking COVID-19 rules, including losing focuses or coordinates being dropped."
The 2019/2020 season will currently restart Sunday in Ndola with a twofold header including Zesco United against Kansanshi Dynamos followed by Buildcon versus Power Dynamos.
Officers head the table on 46 focuses from 24 matches as they look for a first title with Napsa Stars (45), Green Eagles (44), Nkana (43) and guarding champions Zesco (42) close behind.
Nkana have won a record 12 Super League titles in Zambia followed by Mufulira Wanderers (nine) and Zesco (eight).
Matches will be arranged away from plain view in the southern Africa country, where there have been 2,810 affirmed instances of COVID-19 and 109 passings.
Zambia are the second nation in Africa after Tanzania, where observers are allowed, to restart their season.
Burundi were the main African country to keep playing through the pandemic and permitted observers during a season that completed a weekend ago.
A few significant associations, incorporating those in Egypt, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia, are relied upon to continue soon.
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