Clemson athletics has been hit hard by the coronavirus with 28 student-athletes testing positive since returning to campus earlier this month, the university said Friday.
Clemson athletic spokesman Jeff Kallin said that the majority of cases were asymptomatic and none required hospitalization.
The school said that the students who tested positive were from football, men’s basketball, volleyball, men’s soccer and women’s soccer but according to a report from The Athletic, 23 of the 28 cases were from the football team.
Clemson announces that 28 athletes and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 pic.twitter.com/6wol1CcFu7
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Clemson announced 28 student-athletes and staff tested positive for COVID-19 since their return to campus two weeks ago.
21 football players were among the new cases, a source told @ADavidHaleJoint. https://t.co/uTVkQd886d
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