Baseball team Doosan Bears heaved a sigh of relief when their sick player tested negative for the coronavirus. As a result, the Doosan Bears resume training Saturday.
The team canceled their practice last Wednesday after the player complained of pain the previous night. Doctors diagnosed him with pneumonia despite not having a fever or cough. Due to pneumonia, he had to undergo coronavirus testing. Also, other players of the Bears had to self-isolate as a precautionary measure.
Based on Doosan Bears betting sources, the test results came early Thursday. It stated that the player was negative for coronavirus. However, the team already canceled the morning practice. Friday is the team’s day off. As a result, they will practice again on Saturday.
Doosan Bears Resume Training
According to the best gambling websites, there are no cases of coronavirus infections about KBO players, employees, or coaches. However, there were several health scares in the previous months. The good news is that all the tests came back negative.
Based on betting picks reports, the Bears had to stop their training for a day after a player’s family member had direct contact with a coronavirus patient at work. However, the family member’s test came back negative.
The coronavirus outbreak forced the Korean Baseball Organization to postpone the start of its regular season. They initially scheduled it last Saturday. The KBO hopes it can start its exhibition games on April 20.
Also, the KBO hopes to start its regular season in the first week of May. However, some medical experts don’t want the baseball season to coincide with the new academic year. They said that the baseball league should first look at infections in various communities. Also, they should determine first if the curve has flattened or not.