Grand Canyon quarantines basketball team

Grand Canyon put its men’s basketball team in quarantine after four players and two staff members tested positive for the coronavirus, the university announced.Tests were negative for the other 10 players and two student managers on the team. Still, all 16 will be housed at a campus residence hall for two weeks.The two staff members with positive tests will quarantine at their homes.The players were tested before they could take part in voluntary workouts. All four were asymptomatic, the school said.”The University has been working diligently over the last few months to ensure that proper protocols and procedures are in place and, as a result, we were able to quickly address the positive COVID-19 cases,” Jamie Boggs, the school’s interim vice president of athletics, told the Arizona Republic.

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