Notre Dame begins testing football players daily for coronavirus

(Spencer Marsh/95.3 MNC)

Notre Dame has begun testing football players daily for coronavirus. Head Coach Brian Kelly said the team and the school both want to be vigilant. Two players tested positive and two more are being quarantined because of contact tracing.

Neither of those players played in Saturday’s season opener.

“It’s ongoing. We’re making tweaks everyday,” said head coach Brian Kelly, at Monday’s news conference. “We’ve started additional testing daily for practice.”

Kelly said they want to make sure that they don’t have a team that is infected in a “practice situation”.

“It’s constantly staying on guard. You can never let your guard down.”

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