OPINION: SEC WELCOMING PLAYERS BACK TO CAMPUS, BUT NO SIGN OF ADEQUATE TESTING FOR CORONAVIRUS

By Dan WolkenUSA TODAYAll across America, the vision of sports returning has been explicitly tied to the notion that players and coaches would be protected by robust COVID-19 testing to identify and isolate positive cases before they become outbreaks. For pro athletes, in fact, frequent testing is one of the few non-negotiable areas.Read more on NewsOK.com

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