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The WNBA Announced Seven Players Tested Positive For COVID-19 In Its First Round Of Testing

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As teams prepare to arrive in Florida today, the WNBA announced the results of its first round of player testing.
The WNBA is preparing to begin a 22-game season in Bradenton, Florida at IMG Academy later this month, although a number of big names from Liz Cambage to Natasha Cloud to Jonquel Jones have all opted out of the restart. On Monday, the league announced the overall results of the first round of COVID-19 testing, indicating that seven of the 137 players tested came back positive.
The following was released by the WNBA: pic.twitter.com/tWHWQh8Xjo
WNBA (@WNBA) July 6,2020
As the release notes, the Indiana Fever have delayed their arrival to IMG Academy due to self-quarantine protocol, which would seem to indicate they had at least one of the players that tested positive after having interacted with others on the team.

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