The Entire Michigan State University Football Team Is Quarantining Because Of COVID-19
Earlier today, Michigan State University announced that their entire football team will be undergoing a 14-day quarantine after 2 staff members and 1 player tested positive for COVID-19.
The team suspended their practice on Wednesday after a staff member tested positive and then after a student athlete and another staff member tested positive, the quarantine was enacted. According to an article by ESPN, the university is providing special housing for the individuals on the team who have been asked to quarantine.
This news comes amidst several other outbreaks of coronavirus within college football programs across the nation.