LPGA’s Gaby Lopez of Mexico tests positive

first_img FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Gaby Lopez of Mexico is the first LPGA Tour player to test positive for the coronavirus as the tour returns this week in Ohio for the first time in more than five months.Lopez, who won the first LPGA event of the year in January, withdrew from LPGA Drive On Championship. She is in self-isolation and working with the LPGA and local health officials on contact tracing.”I was very excited to get back to playing on tour after this long break, and while I’m disappointed that I’ll have to wait a little longer, I am glad that I was able to get tested and to make sure I do not put anyone else at risk,” Lopez said.LPGA protocols require the 26-year-old Lopez to quarantine for at least 10 days, after which she will take another saliva test and have a medical evaluation prior to returning.The LPGA said it would have the rest of the pre-tournament virus test results later this week. Written By 1 month ago NFL and NBA set to use SafeZone tag for COVID-19 contact tracing when training resumes LIVE TV COMMENT 1 month ago NFL training camps opening with eye on baseball, babysittingcenter_img First Published: 30th July, 2020 10:37 IST WE RECOMMEND 1 month ago On Football: Adams trade shows NFL teams not holding back 1 month ago Giants left tackle Nate Solder opts out of 2020 NFL season SUBSCRIBE TO US 1 month ago Goodell sends letter to NFL fans explaining plans for season Last Updated: 30th July, 2020 10:37 IST LPGA’s Gaby Lopez Of Mexico Tests Positive Gaby Lopez of Mexico is the 1st LPGA Tour player to test positive for the coronavirus as the tour returns this week in Ohio for the first time in monthslast_img read more

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