The governments of the States of New York and New Jersey would not impose a period of quarantine to the players of the Jets and Giants of New York, as well as those of the Buffalo Bills.
The athletes of its three teams should return to the facilities of their respective teams in the near future, then the training camps of the NFL will be launched at the end of the month.
“We have an exclusion for travel essential, and a professional sports team to qualify for this exclusion,” said the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, the daily New York Daily News.
“With New York and Connecticut, we asked people who came from a hot spot to be put in quarantine for 14 days and take the test. A quarantine of 14 days will not work in a calendar of the NFL,” added the politician, whose State hosts the Jets and the Giants for their clashes. “So, we will have at least the screening. If someone has symptoms or has already been declared positive, and I hope it will not go up in the plane.”
Murphy also revealed that he and his companions would soon be considering the number of spectators that will be accepted in the stages of their States.