Some good news is beyond the scope of the NBA bubble-only two of Orlando’s 322 players tested positive for coronavirus.
The league announced that 322 players who arrived on July 7 were tested for Covid-19, and two of them tested positive. pic.twitter.com/MMatWQUbkd
-Chris Haines (@ChrisBHaynes) July 13, 2020
The alliance and the public want to see this number drop to zero, but considering all factors, 2 out of 322 countries are not bad.
According to CDCIn the United States, slightly more than 1% of the coronavirus test is positive.
Due to asymptomatic carriers and lack of testing, it is difficult to determine how many people are infected.
It is safe to say that NBA players are less likely to get coronavirus in bubble games than outside.
The two players who tested positive were removed from the bubble and sent back to their home city.
When the players are approved by the NBA and CDC, they will return to Orlando.
So far, things have been going smoothly in the bubble as the team keeps entering the driving range to resume the game.
As the game will resume in about two weeks, players will have to work hard to prepare for the live game.