NEW YORK (AP) — Two Minnesota United gamers, an Orlando Metropolis participant and two Columbus Crew employees members have examined constructive for COVID-19, forcing the postponement of two MLS video games.
Main League Soccer stated Saturday the Crew’s match at Orlando Metropolis and Minnesota’s match at FC Dallas on Sunday had been postponed due to the constructive assessments.
Orlando Metropolis stated earlier Saturday that the first-team participant that examined constructive didn’t have signs and was isolating.
The league earlier postponed Saturday’s match between the Colorado Rapids and the LA Galaxy after a Rapids participant examined constructive for the coronavirus. It was the fourth Rapids match in a row to be postponed due to constructive assessments.
Twelve Rapids employees members and 5 gamers have examined constructive since Sept 24.
The dates for the rescheduled video games haven’t been introduced.
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