Minnesota United Confirms Negative COVID-19 Test Results
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. (Oct. 16, 2020) - Minnesota United announced today that there were no additional positive tests over the past two days of PCR testing.
All players and staff, including the individual that returned a preliminary positive result during rapid diagnostic testing, have tested negative for COVID-19 in two subsequent PCR tests.
The club will resume small group training Saturday, October 17 pending no further positive tests.
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