The Indianapolis Colts announced on Friday that they had closed their training complex after several positive cases for COVID-19 were identified within the club.
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The formation of the American Association issued a brief statement through his Twitter account in the morning, in which he said he followed the protocol of the NFL.
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“This morning, we were informed that several individuals in our organization have tested positive for COVID-19. The team is in the process of confirming the results of these examinations, ”the statement read.
Cases are increasing in the Goodell circuit. On Thursday, the Atlanta Falcons said they were struggling with four cases in their squad. The New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans have also suffered outbreaks in the past week.
The Colts are scheduled to host the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday. The Indiana team is second in the West Section, with a 3-2 record. She lost to the Cleveland Browns 32-23 over the recent weekend.