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With Positive Tests, the Rules Change for Some Players in Australia – The New York Times

After three people on two charter flights tested positive for the coronavirus, 47 players will not be allowed to practice for two weeks.

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Its about the idea of staying in a room for two weeks and being able to compete, said Kostyuk, who could not remember the last time she did not pick up a racket for two weeks. We have to stay in quarantine, but we have to fulfill expectations.
The fast-changing situation and the escalating frustration among the players illustrated just how complicated holding major sports events amid a pandemic can be. Even or perhaps especially in Australia, which has had fewer than 30,000 cases since the pandemic…

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