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(BPRW) COVID-19 positive result forces Hampton out of Michael B. Jordan-led basketball match

Hampton is currently amongst 22 Division I groups to possibly cancel online games or suspend all basketball routines mainly because of a COVID-19 outbreak.

(Black PR Wire) A prolonged-awaited HBCU basketball showcase backed by actor Michael B. Jordan reportedly has shed a person group thanks to a COVID-19 outbreak.

Hampton announced Friday that it will be pausing all routines thanks to a positive COVID-19 exam amongst the group as they returned from Maryland.

“The men’s basketball software will now pause and abide by Hampton College COVID-19 protocols,” Eugene Marshall Jr., the school’s athletic director, reported. “The wellness and safety of our pupil-athletes, coaches and those associated with the group are of the utmost worth.”

The scheduled sport with North Carolina Central as section of the Invest QQQ Legacy Common on Saturday in Newark, New Jersey has been adjusted to attribute Delaware Condition.

Hampton is currently amongst 22 Division I groups to possibly cancel online games or suspend all basketball routines mainly because of a COVID-19 outbreak.

The Hampton College Marching Force is nevertheless scheduled to accomplish at the Invest QQQ Legacy Common and at the Barclays Centre on Saturday. More updates will be announced as they are built offered.

 

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