The NFL’s Saturday COVID-19 testing had a few positive tests from every one of the clubs, done by the BioReference research center in New Jersey. A few groups took careful steps while the positive tests were being researched. The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears were two of the clubs supposedly affected and shut down or pushed back Sunday’s training plan. The Bears’ nine positive tests returned were at that point demonstrated to be bogus positives.
The Giants didn’t seem, by all accounts, to be affected, in spite of being headquartered in East Rutherford, N.J, not a long way from two BioReference testing offices in Clifton and Elmwood Park. The group’s Sunday plan stayed unaltered: players would go have a stroll through falling off a substantial Friday scrimmage and Saturday’s player off day. The NFL’s training camp had so far been a triumph with constrained tests brought positive back. The league had 109,075 tests through Aug. 11 and just 0.46% of the tests managed returned positive including all staff and work force with just 0.81% of players testing positive.