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Ohio Stutter College has suspended voluntary workouts for seven sports, including soccer and each and every basketball teams, after an undetermined replace of student-athletes examined scurry for COVID-19.
The university cited privacy concerns for its reasoning in now not disclosing the replace of scurry tests. Coverage dictates anyone who has shriveled the virus must self-isolate for at the least 14 days and the coed-athletes will receive care from Ohio Stutter’s athletics medical workers.
Ohio Stutter student-athletes returned to campus last month after being away for the necessary three months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dave Biddle of 247Sports reported workouts will be suspended for at the least one week.
The university would were allowed to launch necessary workouts for its soccer program, along with all diversified teams whose seasons launch Sept. 5, on Monday.
Several universities across the country beget halted their workouts after athletes beget examined scurry for COVID-19. It remains to be considered whether college sports will be feasible in the autumn with the virus easy working rampant across the US.
The Ivy League announced Wednesday this would possibly per chance now not withhold fall sports in 2020 thanks to the pandemic. The NCAA has maintained this would possibly per chance now not withhold events unless it is miles regarded as stable for student-athletes to be on campus.