CSU Investigating Report Of Failure To Disclose COVID-19 Symptoms In Football Players

Colorado State is examining its football department, the university revealed in a news release, following reports that coaches in the program had actually tried to persuade gamers out of reporting possible symptoms of the coronavirus and alerted the group against sending themselves to self quarantine.

Following a story first published in the Coloradoan, authorities at CSU said on Tuesday they were taking “extremely seriously” the allegations that football coaches had threatened students with decreased field time and had actually also tried to manipulate contact tracing efforts to prevent having to get rid of gamers from practice.

In Major League Baseball, however, several video games had to be postponed after some 17 players on the Miami Marlins evaluated positive for COVID-19. Dozens of players and coaches in the league have also been confirmed positive for the health problem.

Expert athletic leagues in current weeks have attempted to introduce their seasons with some step of normalcy, to differing degrees of success.

” We take the issues of our student professional athletes extremely seriously. If we find out that there are any staff members of CSU Athletics who do not share Colorado State Universitys dedication to student health and wellness above all else, we will deal with the problem right away.”

” A short article published today reports some deeply unpleasant and very serious accusations about how CSU Athletics is handling public health preventative measures surrounding COVID-19. Estimating several student professional athletes and members of the Athletics personnel, the story raises issues about whether the health and wellness of our trainee athletes is truly the leading concern of Colorado State University,” checked out a letter signed by university President Joyce E. McConnell.

Because late July, the CSU football department has actually seen a minimum of 11 football gamers and 5 additional trainee professional athletes test favorable for the infection that has stunted the international economy and overthrew the world of U.S. sports.

The National Basketball Association, which has had 22 of its 30 teams separated in a firmly restricted “bubble” to restrict gamers direct exposure to the outside world, has begun playing the remaining games of its truncated season all in Orlando, Fla., where players have been quarantined.