Toronto FC, Whitecaps say no one has tested positive for COVID-19 at their club

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Alejandro Pozuleo, left to right, Pablo Piatti and Brazil’s Auro Jr. take part in team training at BMO Field in Toronto on June 26, 2020.Toronto FC and the Vancouver Whitecaps say no one at their club has tested positive for COVID-19.

Major League Soccer said Sunday that 18 MLS players and six club staff had received positive Polymerase Chain Reaction tests prior to travelling to Orlando for the MLS is Back Tournament.COVID-19 testing for MLS players and staff ramped up with the resumption of full team training earlier this month, with more tests mandated on the eve of departing for Orlando.

The San Jose Earthquakes, the lone team unable to resume full training in their home market due to local health authority restrictions, were the first side to arrive in Florida — touching down last Wednesday.


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