South Carolina's Frank Martin Tested Positive For COVID-19, 'I Was Shocked'

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University of South Carolina hoops coach Frank Martin just revealed he tested positive for the coronavirus last month ... but fortunately, he says he did not have to be hospitalized.

just revealed he tested positive for coronavirus last month ... but fortunately, he says he did not have to be hospitalized.

"I was shocked; I didn't have any symptoms, other than feeling a bit fatigued, and I immediately entered quarantine at my home," Martin said in a statement Tuesday. Martin says he thankfully didn't give the virus to his family members ... and on May 23, his second test came back negative.

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It’s probably in the flu shots.

Didn't he want to bring student athletes on campus before it was safe as a trial run?

Why would he not request testing if he is around any of the players, coaches, or fans?

Get well soon

Speedy recovery

Didn’t ask

Hey TMZ, covid was like, 2 weeks ago. Nobody cares anymore. We’ve moved on

No, you were infected

He feels better now....

I dont think u can get it from shocks - if its electrical everyone on the internet would get it

EVERYONE PLEASE RETWEET THIS!! WE NEED TO STOP RACISM!!

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