Gobert, Mitchell cleared of COVID-19
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Following 14 days in quarantine or self-isolation after their tests for COVID-19, all Utah Jazz personnel - including All-Stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell - have been cleared by the Utah Department of Health, UtahJazz.com's Aaron Falk announced Friday.
The department said that no Jazz players or staff members are at risk of infecting others at this time.
Members of the Jazz organization will continue to practice social distancing as recommended by the NBA and CDC.
On March 11, Gobert became the first NBA player to test positive for the novel coronavirus, spurring the league to suspend its schedule. Mitchell became the second player with a positive test shortly thereafter.
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