More athletes across the spectrum of sports are reporting positive results for the coronavirus.
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Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon is among them.
He said in a statement released Wednesday.
“I recently tested positive for the Covid virus and am currently in quarantine,” his statement said. “I’m doing well, feeling well and progressing well. I plan to join my teammates in Orlando for the resumption of the NBA season and playoffs.”
Brooks Koepka on Wednesday announced he is withdrawing from the Travelers Championship after his caddie tests positive for coronavirus.
All-Star outfielder Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies has become the first Major League Baseball player known to have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to reports.
A source confirmed Blackmon’s test result to The Associated Press. The Denver Post had first reported Blackmon’s condition, saying Tuesday that three Rockies players had tested positive, which was confirmed by ESPN’s Jeff Passan.
Of the three players who tested positive last week, two were asymptomatic and one showed symptoms, according to the Post.
The Philadelphia Phillies have had seven players and five staff members test positive for the virus. The team has not identified any of them, and several other teams have said they also have players who have tested positive.
Top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic announced Tuesday he and his wife have COVID-19 after he played in a series of exhibition matches he organized in Serbia and Croatia with zero social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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