Major League Soccer COVID-19 Testing Update - July 4, 2020

Major League Soccer COVID-19 Testing Update - July 4, 2020
 
NEW YORK (July 4, 2020) – Major League Soccer today provided an update on the results of COVID-19 testing. During the period from July 3-4, 1,191 players, coaches, referees, club staff, league staff and other individuals who are part of the MLS is Back Tournament delegation at the host hotel in Florida have been tested for COVID-19. Of that group, two individuals tested positive, both of which were players.
 
MLS is providing an update every other day with aggregated COVID-19 testing results of all members of the MLS is Back Tournament delegation at the host hotel in Florida.  
 
For more information on the MLS is Back Tournament, please visit the MLS Media Resources site.
 
 
PRIOR REPORTS
  • 855 people tested at the host hotel in Florida.
  • 6 new positives, 4 of which were players
  • 12 total positive tests, 10 of which are players
 
  • 392 people tested in host hotel in Florida
  • 4 new positives, all of which were players
  • 6 total positive tests, all of which are players
 
  • 329 people tested in host hotel in Florida
  • 2 were positive, both of which were players who had just arrived
  • 2 total positive tests, all of which are players

 

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