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PBA: All players negative in latest RT-PCR tests

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 02:34 PM November 01, 2020
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MANILA, Philippines — All players inside the PBA bubble in Clark, Pampanga tested negative for COVID-19 following their latest round of testing.

As per the league’s statement, all players from the 12 teams had their third round of RT-PCR testing and all yielded negative results.

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It was a huge sigh of relief for the league after two accounts of false positives were recorded the past two weeks.

A referee and one player from Blackwater yielded positive results on their antigen tests the past weeks prompting the league to postpone some of the Elite’s games.

There was also a brief stoppage of play from Friday to allow the government to implement a new set of health protocols.

The league will resume its games on Tuesday, November 3.

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