Four Marlins players have tested positive for COVID-19, baseball operations president Michael Hill told reporters today (including Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald). The identity of the players is not known because they have not consented to their name being made public, according to the protocols of the COVID-19 league, although all four are members of the pool of 60 players of the Marlins. .Three of the players are already ” the end of their forties is approaching
“Said Hill, while the trio have been positive for the past two weeks and before they arrived in Miami for the start of the Marlins’ training camp. The fourth player tested positive on admission Wednesday that all players must pass before attending summer camp, and this player is now in quarantine himself. Any positive test requires a mandatory isolation period of two weeks, and if a player is symptomless then he must provide negative results on two different COVID-19 tests before being allowed to resume team activities.
« We are very happy that a majority of our players have succeeded without ingestion, but it is a daily battle, the disease is still thereSaid Hill. ” The pandemic is still there. Florida records record records and daily reports of the virus. We must continue to be aware. We must continue to be intelligent. »