Indiana pauses voluntary football workouts due to multiple student-athletes testing positive for COVID-19
On Friday, Michigan State released its latest COVID-19 testing results and four members of its football team and staff tested positive.
For Indiana, it had an even bigger number. Six student-athletes tested positive in the school’s latest round of testing and voluntary football workouts have been paused:
Indiana pauses voluntary football workouts after 6 student-athletes test positive for COVID
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 17, 2020
Players were brought back onto campus for workouts on June 15.
The news surrounding COVID-19 appears to be getting worse by the day. You’re seeing states forcing masks to be worn when out in public due to the rates spiking.
We’re seeing it around the country away from sports. And as student-athletes keep testing positive at larger rates than before, we’re seeing it in the world of sports as well.