After the Miami Heat’s second player tested positive, the Corona virus stopped the action of the other team.
The team will now pass the mandatory test, and its facilities will be closed for exercise.
The Heat will not reopen before heading to the Orlando bubble.
Miami is the second team to close factories in the past two days.
The Los Angeles Clippers closed on Thursday.
Although only a small percentage of players tested positive in the league, COVID-19 spread quickly.
Derrick Jones Jr. was the first player to test positive for the Heat last week.
Jones Jr. has been conducting league tests, waiting to pass and return to the court.
Despite the agreement, if Orlando has an NBA, it remains to be seen how it will respond to a positive case.
Although participants will be restricted to bubbles, it is still possible to introduce coronavirus into the environment.
The NBA plan has received praise from Dr Anthony FawseyDirector of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Coronavirus is still setting off the first wave in the United States, Florida This week broke the single-day record, but the NBA plans to continue to restart.
Commissioner Adam Silver and other members of the league believe that precautions have been taken to ensure that players and personnel are as safe as possible.
As the league restarts the game on July 31, we will see the plan implemented.