Major League Soccer has postponed two Sunday matches after gamers and employees examined constructive for coronavirus.
The Columbus Crew match in opposition to Orlando City has been postponed following two confirmed instances of COVID-19 among the many Columbus Crew employees.
MLS has additionally postponed the FC Dallas’ sport at residence to Minnesota United following two confirmed constructive instances of COVID-19 among the many Minnesota United squad.
“Both matches had been postponed to make sure the well being and security of all gamers and employees, permitting for additional testing and analysis previous to journey and competitors,” MLS stated in an announcement.
“Further details about the brand new match dates and occasions will probably be introduced at a later date.”
On Friday the league postponed the match between the Colorado Rapids and the LA Galaxy after a Rapids participant examined constructive, the fourth Rapids match postponed following a flurry of constructive assessments amongst their gamers and employees since September 23.
The constructive assessments had beforehand led to the postponement of Rapids video games in opposition to Sporting Kansas City, the Portland Timbers and LAFC.