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According to the NBA, the Utah Jazz-Washington Wizards match on Wednesday has been postponed due to the COVID-19 protocol.

What’s new about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:

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The 22nd place Oregon Men’s Basketball Team has suspended all team-related activities due to the COVID-19 protocol.

Ducks do not play planned games at home against Arizona State University on Thursday and Arizona State University on Saturday. The game will be rescheduled.

Oregon (9-2, 4-1 Pac-12) is second only to UCLA in Pac-12. The duck had a 79-73 victory in Utah on Saturday.

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According to the NBA, the Utah Jazz-Washington Wizards match on Wednesday has been postponed due to the COVID-19 protocol.

According to the league, due to contact tracing, the wizard does not have the eight players needed to participate in a home game appointment with jazz.

Wizards said earlier Tuesday that two players had entered a league protocol aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus, and the team canceled the practice.

The postponement is the fifth NBA since Sunday, including three involving the Boston Celtics.

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According to the National Hockey League, 17 of the 27 players who tested positive for the coronavirus are in the Dallas Stars.

The league has released COVID-19 test numbers from December 30th to January 11th on Tuesday. This included 12,000 tests conducted on more than 1,200 players.

Commissioner Gary Bettman said on Monday that the number of tests so far has been very good.

According to the NHL, most of the 17-star players are asymptomatic and all are recovering without complications. Dallas closed its training camp on Friday and resumed training on Tuesday, but more than 12 players are not yet available.

The regular season starts on Wednesday. The star was supposed to play the first game on Thursday, but it won’t start until at least January 19th.

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The Nebraska Men’s Basketball match in Maryland, scheduled for Saturday, has been postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Cornhusks program.

Nebraska announced a suspension of the program on Monday because at least one coronavirus test was positive. The Huskers match against 14th Illinois on Wednesday has also been postponed.

The school and the Big Ten Conference are working on rescheduling the game.

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A few hours after announcing the postponement of Saturday’s match against Villanova, No. 4UConn says the women’s basketball match against Seton Hall on Wednesday also needs to be rescheduled.

Huskys says he is taking precautionary measures after a coronavirus outbreak in Providence, the team that Huskys won last weekend. The Villanova match has been postponed as Wildcats is also working on the COVID-19 issue in the women’s basketball program.

The match between UConn (7-0, 6-0) and Seton Hall was moved on Wednesday after Huskys had to cancel his trip to Xavier due to a coronavirus issue in the Masketers program. I did.

Huskies’ next upcoming match will be against Butler on January 19th. To compete in the NCAA tournament, the team must play 13 games this season.

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The Czech Republic was forced to withdraw from the World Men’s Handball Championship in Egypt after the team was destroyed by a coronavirus infection.

The Czech Handball Federation will not allow the national team to participate in the January 13-31 tournament on Tuesday after 13 of the 21 players and several coaches test positive for the new coronavirus. He said it was possible.

The International Handball Federation said North Macedonia will replace the Czechs who were planning to play in Group G with their hosts Egypt, Sweden and Chile.

The 27th edition of the world of handball is played without an audience.

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The Richmond Men’s Basketball Team has suspended the team’s activities in response to the latest COVID-19 test and contact tracing results.

The school states that no decisions have been made regarding Spider’s upcoming game.

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Big 12 announced on Tuesday that West Virginia has postponed the following two men’s basketball home games due to concerns about COVID-19.

The announcement was made the day after the 13th-placed mountaineer canceled the match at No. 2 Baylor on Tuesday night.

WVU has also postponed Saturday’s home game with TCU and the January 19th contest against Oklahoma in Morgantown.

West Virginia said it would work with Big 12 and other schools to schedule matches.

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The Atlantic Coast Conference announced on Tuesday that the Syracuse Women’s Basketball match at Georgia Institute of Technology has been postponed.

In addition, Syracuse’s home game against North Carolina, originally scheduled for December 31, has been rescheduled next Tuesday.

No. 24 Syracuse pauses after being tested positive in the program and remains in the COVID-19 protocol. The orange women will return to their home court against Miami on Sunday.

The ACC also said the match for the other three women was postponed. Georgia Tech in Florida and North Carolina in Miami scheduled for Thursday and Georgia Tech in Virginia on Sunday.

In the revised schedule, Virginia Tech will host North Carolina, Louisville will host North Carolina on January 28, Florida will visit Wake Forest on February 2, and Miami will visit Wake Forest on February 7. We want to host Florida. Pit’s Boston College has been rescheduled. February 16th.

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According to the NFL, in the latest test round by the league, there were three new confirmed positive COVID-19 tests among players and 22 new confirmed positives among other personnel.

Over the seven days leading up to Saturday, a total of 6,850 tests were conducted on 1,037 players and 10,609 tests were conducted on 1,896 staff.

Last week, the best 34 players of the season tested positive, along with 36 other personnel.

Approximately 940,000 tests have been conducted since monitoring began in early August last year, confirming that 259 players and 454 other personnel were positive.

Persons who test positive for COVID-19 will be immediately quarantined according to the League Protocol and will not be allowed access to club facilities or direct contact with players or personnel. The club’s medical staff is in regular contact with individuals who test positive to monitor their symptoms.

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The Air Force hockey team has suspended all activities for the next 14 days due to COVID-19 cases in the program. The team’s next two series, the Army match on Friday and Saturday, and the Long Island University match next weekend have been postponed.

The makeup schedule has not been announced. The Air Force is working with Atlantic Hockey on possible rescheduling.

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Southeastern Conference postpones Tuesday night basketball match between state rivals Tennessee 10 and Vanderbilt University due to a combination of positive coronavirus testing, contact tracing, and quarantine within the Commodores program Did.

The game was added late due to a COVID-19 issue in Missouri, where Vanderbilt was supposed to play, and South Carolina, Tennessee’s originally planned opponent. The SEC has raised its previously scheduled trip to Vanderbilt in Tennessee from February 24th to Tuesday night, with a rare home and home between rivals in a series of matches.

Vanderbilt will visit Tennessee on Saturday night, as originally planned.

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The women’s basketball match between 4th UConn and Villanova scheduled for Saturday has been postponed.

Villanova Women’s Basketball is suspended due to a COVID-19 issue in the program. Wildcats (8-2, 3-2 Big East) also played against Providence on Wednesday and postponed the home game scheduled to play against Depol on January 20th. The makeup schedule has not been announced.

UConn (7-0, 6-0) will host Seton Hall on Wednesday. The game moved because the Musketeers program had to cancel a trip to Xavier due to a coronavirus issue.

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Manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Sergio Aguero will not be able to play against Manchester City’s Brighton in the English Premier League on Wednesday.

The Argentine striker missed the FA Cup’s third round victory in Birmingham on Sunday after being quarantined as a close contact for those who tested positive for COVID-19.

“Quarantine-Rules. He will be back in nine or ten days,” Guardiola said at a press conference.

This season’s return from knee surgery is yet another setback for Aguero, who is already complicated by further joint pain and hamstring damage.

Aguero hasn’t started the game since October, but was scheduled to appear last weekend.

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