Mets’ plans for positive tests

New York Mets manager Luis Rojas is stating that if any player tests positive for the COVID virus, it will require a minimum of three-weeks for that player to return to active duty.

Teams will not disclose any information on positive results unless the player allows it, which will be highly unlikely. However, it won’t be hard to tell when a player is missing for a minimum of three weeks.

It’s already been confirmed that a player currently on the Mets 40-man roster has tested positive for COVID and he’s in the process of recovery.

Also read: Luis Rojas on Mets rotation

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