Tanzania Premier League clubs stepped up preparations as they prepare to resume league matches on June 1.
Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli last week announced that sports activities will be allowed to resume after a two months break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Consequently, players have been subjected to coronavirus testing before resuming training in Dar es Salaam.
The Tanzania government on Monday announced that all remaining Premier League matches will be played at Independence, Uhuru and Azam Complex stadiums in Dar es Salaam while second division matches will be staged in Mwanza's CCM Kirumba Stadium.
Simba and Yanga players were seen going through the tests before hitting the ground with light drills and ball works.
The Azam Cup matches will also be played in Dar es Salaam with fixtures yet to be announced by the Tanzania Football Federation.