2020欧洲杯体育在线投注NASCAR has alerted race teams that a NASCAR employee who was at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 13 has tested positive for COVID-19, or the coronavirus. NASCAR’s three national divisions were scheduled to race at AMS during the March 14-15 weekend, the first NASCAR race weekend postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Several race teams already were at Atlanta Motor Speedway before NASCAR announced postponement of a portion of the 2020 season.
2020欧洲杯体育在线投注NASCAR has refused to comment on the positive test because of privacy laws, but confirmation from multiple race teams of the notification.
2020欧洲杯体育在线投注“The individual [who tested positive] is in process of receiving medical care and all employees potentially exposed have been directed to self-quarantine for the two weeks following that event through March 27 and will be monitored closely for symptoms,” according to the notification sent to race teams.
2020欧洲杯体育在线投注NASCAR’s racing postponement is expected to last through the March 3 scheduled race weekend at Dover International Speedway. The sanctioning body hopes to resume racing May 9 at Martinsville Speedway.
2020欧洲杯体育在线投注In the meantime, some race teams have shut down while others are practicing social distancing in their race shops.
“Checking in on the shop! Social distancing protocol in full effect and the Martinsville and Sonoma cars are progressing well!” a tweet from read.
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