DC United, Toronto FC Players Follow Up Covid Tests Negative

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The D.C. United player and Toronto FC player that tested positive and inconclusive, respectively, for the coronavirus have since received negative results on follow-up tests, a source with knowledge of the situation has told ESPN.

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The initial positive results ended up suspending Sunday morning's match between the two clubs.  Both could take to the field Monday morning.

This game had already been postponed due to Toronto's late arrival. 

Further tests were anticipated for late Sunday to make a final determination as to whether one or both individuals can play and when.

The entire Toronto and D.C. United squads also took follow-up tests on Sunday morning as a further precaution, ESPN has learned.

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