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Sport Second PCR Test Negative: SCHWEKEN flies back on Sunday

07:28  31 july  2021
07:28  31 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The PCR test came back negative on two different diagnostic platforms. “We do not have much experience with antigen tests here in Ohio. We will be working with the manufacturer to have a better understanding of how the discrepancy between these two tests could have occurred,” DeWine’s office said, noting that the antigen tests are "quite new." The PCR tests for the Governor, First Lady, and staff were run twice. They came back negative the first time and came back negative when they were run on a second diagnostic platform.

The PCR tests are the most accurate tests but also take longer to come back than the rapid point-of-care tests that the Patriots also took on Sunday , all of which also came back negative . The Patriots’ trip to Kansas City was postponed when Newton’s test came back positive. The Patriots are scheduled to fly to Kansas City today (in two planes, separating those who have been in close contact with Newton and those who haven’t) and play against the Chiefs tonight, with kickoff at 7:05 p.m. ET.

The positively tested on Corona Radprofi Simon Sagke will leave the Olympia city of Tokyo on Sunday and return to the home. As the German Olympic Sports Association announced, a prescribed second PCR test is negative to cancel the quarantine.

Darf am Sonntag endlich wieder nach Hause: Simon Geschke. © Yuzuru Sunada / Belga / DPA may finally return home on Sunday: Simon.

The 35-year-old had been brought to a chopped hotel in Tokyo last Saturday after a positive Corona test. After the pandemic regulations for Olympia, Geschke could have been held up to a maximum of 14 days in the quarantine.

After massive critics of athletes on the harsh conditions in Japan's quarantine hotels, the location of the organizers has improved slightly. Thus, the team members could provide their affected athletes food in the insulation facilities. In addition, those affected could now be in the hotel lobby for lunch, said the speaker of the Japanese Organizing Committee, Masa Takaya. "The situation has improved," the Japanese explained. The speaker of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Mark Adams, pointed out that the quarantine hotels are subject to the Japanese authorities. "We can not do much".

The Dutch skateboarder Candy Jacobs had described the conditions there in a video message from the quarantine hotel as "inhumane". Others felt like criminals treated. "We did our best," so that the conditions would be more flexible and more bearable for the athletes, Takaya said. Ioc spokesman Adams expressed his compassion with the athletes.

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