Kansas Suspends Workouts After 12 Players Test Positive for COVID-19


Kansas has suspended voluntary workouts after increased coronavirus cases in the Jayhawks’ program.

The university suggests all players and coaches should self-quarantine for 14 days given the recent spike in the program and the surrounding community. Once the quarantine period is over, student athletes and staff “will be retested to determine whether conditioning activities will resume at that time.”

After testing 164 student athletes, 16 people have tested positive, with 12 of those being football players. A total of 45 athletes are currently in quarantine.

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