Montreal Alouettes head coach in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19
The pinnacle coach of the Montreal Alouettes will stay in isolation after testing constructive for COVID-19, the group stated Tuesday.
Khari Jones obtained his outcomes late Sunday night time after the CFL membership’s gamers and employees underwent screening Saturday.
“Since receiving this diagnostic, Jones has remained in preventive isolation at residence and is feeling nicely,” the group stated in an announcement. “He’s asymptomatic and stays in fixed contact with the group medical doctors.”
The Alouettes added that Jones is totally vaccinated and has been abiding by social distancing pointers geared toward stopping the unfold of the novel coronavirus.
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The group stated that following Jones’ outcomes, the whole group was examined once more Monday.
“No different constructive checks had been detected,” the Alouettes stated.
André Bolduc, the assistant head coach, will tackle Jones’ duties within the meantime. The group says Jones shall be in isolation for at the least 10 days after which the state of affairs shall be re-evaluated.
The group stated Jones will work nearly with Bolduc and the remainder of teaching employees.
The Alouettes stated it present extra updates within the coming days.
—with recordsdata from The Canadian Press
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