NBA: Nine more players test positive for COVID-19 with less than a week before resumption
A total of 25 players and 10 team staff members have tested positive for the novel coronavirus since testing began on 23 June, the NBA confirmed in a statement on Thursday.
New York: Nine more NBA players have tested positive for COVID-19, less than a week before teams are set to travel to Florida to resume the 2020 season.
A total of 25 players and 10 team staff members have tested positive for the novel coronavirus since testing began on 23 June, the National Basketball Association said in a statement on Thursday.
“Any player, coach or team staff member who tested positive will remain in self-isolation until they satisfy public health protocols for discontinuing isolation and have been cleared by a physician,” the league said.
NBA teams are expected to travel on 7 July to Orlando, Florida, where the league plans to resume play on 30 July, after the coronavirus outbreak put an abrupt hold on the season in March.
Players, coaches and other members of staff will practice, compete and live at Walt Disney World, with daily COVID-19 testing and no fans allowed inside the so-called “bubble.”
The Denver Nuggets shut down their training facility over the weekend after two members of the team’s travel party tested positive for COVID-19 and the New Orleans Pelicans said this week that three of their players also tested positive.
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