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Timberwolves’ COVID-19 testing has ramped up in wake of positive tests

The Timberwolves arrived in Atlanta between 8-9 p.m. Sunday night. Two hours later, they were receiving their final round of COVID-19 testing for the day.Eight hours after that, between 7-8 a.m. Monday, Wolves players were up again for further testing.
Timberwolves’ COVID-19 testing has ramped up in wake of positive tests
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Timberwolves’ COVID-19 testing has ramped up in wake of positive tests

Timberwolves’ COVID-19 testing has ramped up in wake of positive tests

1 month ago|St Paul, United States

The Timberwolves arrived in Atlanta between 8-9 p.m. Sunday night. Two hours later, they were receiving their final round of COVID-19 testing for the day.Eight hours after that, between 7-8 a.m. Monday, Wolves players were up again for further testing.

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1 month ago|St Paul, United States

Timberwolves’ COVID-19 testing has ramped up in wake of positive tests

The Timberwolves arrived in Atlanta between 8-9 p.m. Sunday night. Two hours later, they were receiving their final round of COVID-19 testing for the day.Eight hours after that, between 7-8 a.m. Monday, Wolves players were up again for further testing.That’s not an easy gameday schedule to uphold for pro athletes, but it’s a necessary one in the wake of two Timberwolves, including Karl-Anthony Towns, testing positive for the virus last week.Timb…

1 month ago|St Paul, United States
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