FC Dallas announced on Wednesday it suspended its voluntary individual player workouts after one of its players tested positive for COVID-19.
The MLS club said the player observing
appropriate isolation protocols and is feeling well though it did not elaborate on the circumstances of the player being tested.
FC Dallas said there were no other cases or symptoms
within its soccer operations or front office or staff at Toyota Stadium have been identified at this time. Based upon guidance from its COVID-19 task force and MLS health officials, FC Dallas stated
the case doesn't present a risk to anyone who has been at Toyota Stadium.
Individual team training is done with social distancing protocols and without contact, but FC Dallas made the
decision to suspend training until further notice. It began individual training on May 11.
The only MLS player who was been identified to have tested positive for COVID-19 is Philadelphia
Union forward Kacper Przybylko