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Sport Minnesota football team has had 40 people test positive for COVID-19 in 10 days

02:55  29 november  2020
02:55  29 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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PCR tests still have a role, he and other experts said. For example, their sensitivity is an asset when identifying newly infected people to enroll in clinical But with 20 percent or more of people testing positive for the virus in some parts of the country, Dr. Mina and other researchers are questioning

It has been revealed that standard tests being used in parts of US to diagnose Covid - 19 cases are Top US virologists have been stunned by revelations about the laxity of the US Covid testing regimen. She said she was “shocked that people would think that 40 could represent a positive .”

The COVID-19 outbreak within the Minnesota football team is not getting any better.

The school announced Saturday that 40 people had tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days. The team didn’t play Wisconsin as scheduled on Saturday because of the outbreak.

Minnesota said on Nov. 24 that it had suspended all team activities because 15 people within the program had tested positive for coronavirus from Nov. 19-23. That’s when the Wisconsin game was canceled.

Two days later, the school said that 10 more people had tested positive. On Saturday, the Gophers said that 15 people had tested positive since the last update on Nov. 25.

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Ohio State football coach Ryan Day has tested positive for COVID - 19 and will not travel with the No. 4 Buckeyes for Saturday' s game against Illinois , the "Coach Day and this team have been true leaders in handling things so well throughout this pandemic. Our team wants to play this game, and

Of the 40 that have tested positive, 20 are players and 20 are staff members within the program.


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The continuance of the outbreak means that Minnesota’s game against Northwestern on Dec. 5 could be in jeopardy. The Gophers have games against Northwestern and Nebraska scheduled for the rest of the season.

Earlier this week, star Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman opted out of the remainder of the season. He said in his statement that the coronavirus outbreak played a role in his decision to get ready for the 2021 NFL draft.

Minnesota’s cancellation of the Wisconsin game also rendered the Badgers ineligible for the Big Ten title. The Big Ten instituted a rule before the season that said teams could have a maximum of two games canceled to remain eligible for the title. The Minnesota cancellation was Wisconsin’s third after a COVID-19 outbreak at UW caused the Badgers to have to cancel two games earlier in the season.

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The first quarter of the season has produced a crush of protocol violations and positive test results, and an ongoing team outbreak. Two more Titans players test positive for COVID - 19 (0: 40 ). To this point, no members of the Minnesota Vikings have returned positive test results following their

Only 22% of people testing positive for coronavirus reported having symptoms on the day of their Some people testing positive without symptoms might go on to develop symptoms, or they may Meanwhile, weekly deaths in the UK are slightly below average for this time of year with 10 ,267 Covid - 19 : China pushes for QR code based global travel system6. Why was The Weeknd covered in

a close up of a green field: Minnesota didn't play against Wisconsin on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Minnesota didn't play against Wisconsin on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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