L'allenatore di calcio dell'Alabama Nick Saban scenderà in campo dopo essere risultato negativo per tre volte al coronavirus

L'allenatore di football dell'Università dell'Alabama Nick Saban scenderà in campo sabato dopo che la sua scuola ha dichiarato di essere risultato negativo al coronavirus tre volte.

Saban was cleared to coach Saturday night’s pivotal game against the University of Georgia after testing negative for the third straight day, secondo l'università.
Upon evaluation today, Coach Saban remains completely asymptomatic,” a statement from Dr. Jimmy Robinson, the team’s physician, disse. “To address the potential for a false positive, the SEC Return to Activity and Medical Guidance Task Force Protocol allows for follow-up testing to clear the individual’s return to activity. That protocol requires three negative PCR tests 24 hours apart.
Saban and Greg Byrne, the school’s director of athletics, both tested positive for the virus, the university said di mercoledì. Saban, 68, said he had no symptoms related to Covid and immediately isolated at home after receiving the positive test.
    The news came three days before the Crimson Tide’s critical conference showdown with visiting Georgia, slated for Saturday at 8 p.m. ET in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
    Alabama is unbeaten on the season at 3-0, and ranked second in the Associated Press national poll. Georgia, anche 3-0, is ranked third.

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