Kansas suspends football workouts following increase in positive COVID-19 tests
Les Miles’ Kansas program has become the latest team to shut down its voluntary workouts following an outbreak in COVID-19 cases within the program.
Kansas announced the news on Friday.
Following this news, Kansas football and staff members are going to be asked to self-quarantine for two weeks.
“We believe all football student-athletes and staff should self-quarantine for 14-days, per KDHE requirements and CDC guidelines.”
Here are the full statements shared by Miles and Kansas AD Jeff Long on Friday following the news:
— JayhawkSlant (@JayhawkSlant) July 3, 2020