There has been 2 positive cases of Covid-19 discovered in ESPN Wide World sports complex. This made the safety of the NBA 2019-2020 season is seriously threatened.
Given the complicated situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States, the NBA has taken tough measures to cope, as well as to ensure the return of the 2019-2020 season. Thinking with radical action from the NBA, the ESPN Wide World sports complex will be the safest place in the United States.
But that belief is showing signs of strong shaking. In an urgent announcemen, the NBA said it had detected two positive cases with Covid-19. This was among 322 players present at the Walt Disney World isolation area.
This result was discovered after the NBA conducted periodic tests during the scheduled tournament. The medical team at the complex has not been able to determine where the two players were infected, or whether they had been incubated before coming to Orlando.
NBA President Adam Silver will have a lot of work to do in the near future
NBA refused to reveal the identities of the two players and has conducted emergency isolation to monitor and treat. They will have to go through a recovery process. Also, they will only be able to return to training after getting permission from the medical staff here.
Before that, the NBA also had to take tough measures against Bruno Caboclo of Houston Rockets and Richaun Holmes of Sacramento Kings. The two players violated the rules by volunteering. They went out without having reached the 48-hour isolation period in the hotel room. They will continue to be strictly isolated to monitor in the near future.
In addition, Russell Westbrook has revealed he had been infected with Covid-19 before the Houston Rockets set off to rally in Orlando. This explains the superstar’s absence a few days ago. He will soon reunite with his teammates in the near future.
Russell Westbrook revealed he had been infected with Covid-19 earlier. That was why he would come to the army with his teammates later.
Many people are worried that the ESPN Wide World sports complex will not be as safe as originally expected. In the worst-case scenario, the entire NBA 2019-2020 season will be postponed immediately to avoid unnecessary dangers.