The University of Wisconsin football team will not release the number of tests it manages daily or other information about its COVID-19 tests. The request for sports information was left to the Sports Medicine Assistant AD and Chief Infection Officer Michael Moll of the Sports Department, who oversaw the collection of COVID-19 and reports to the Big Ten countries.
If the team’s player positive rate is between 2% and 5%, and the team’s population’s positive rate is between 3.5% and 7.5%, the game can also be cancelled. According to the “Top Ten”
The top ten giants are working to further clarify the situation in which the rates are within the above range, so that the school principal, prime minister and sports director can negotiate with medical and public health officials to determine whether the game should be cancelled.
University of Washington coach Paul Kleist told reporters on Monday that he believes this weekend’s game will proceed as planned.
“I have full confidence in what is happening now. We are working hard,” Kleist said. “Things are in place, in fact every meeting has it, right? However, I am confident of going forward this week.”
In most cases, the top ten teams remain silent on the impact of COVID-19 on their teams.