NBA Again Finds No Positive COVID-19 Cases

According to a press release issued today, the NBA has yielded zero positive results for the novel coronavirus among its 342 players since August 5, the date test results were last released.

The league has thus had a month without any positive COVID-19 tests since the Disney World restart campus was implemented, as Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today indicates (Twitter link).

This marks the fourth consecutive instance, as reported by the NBA and the NBPA, that there have been no new coronavirus cases among players in Orlando. The last two positive coronavirus tests were announced about a month ago after first players arrived at the Disney, but before those players cleared quarantine.

Of course, there are months of playoffs set to commence next week, so the NBA is not out of the woods just yet with regards to coronavirus testing. But the lack of COVID-19 cases at the Disney campus continues to suggest that the league’s restart plan has been effective.

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3 thoughts on “NBA Again Finds No Positive COVID-19 Cases

  1. nentwigs

    Notice that there is no disclosure on the results of the

    HOOPING COUGH testing,,,,,

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