Alabama coach Nick Saban has Adverse COVID-19 Evaluation

A subsequent evaluation of Alabama coach Nick Saban on Thursday revealed that he’s damaging for COVID-19, the college announced Friday afternoon.

The announcement by Alabama head athletic coach Jeff Allen stated Saban was assessed by team doctor Dr. Jimmy Robinson on Friday and remains asymptomatic and with no strain.

“We’re continuing to adhere to the SEC Yield to Medical and Activity Information Task Force Protocol for analyzing asymptomatic positives,” Allen said in the announcement. “A PCR test was replicated Thursday from the SEC appointed laboratory and was negative”

If Saban test adverse two times, every 24 hours he would be regarded as a false positive per SEC protocols and also could be permitted to go back to full activity.

Saban, 68, will last to be examined every day, according to the announcement, meaning he could test adverse Friday and Saturday — establishing the risk he could trainer Saturday night’s game in Tuscaloosa.

Meanwhile, Saban will stay in isolation.

According to the announcement, the first positive test came in an external lab the college uses to supplement the SEC’s mandated testing.

A subsequent evaluation of Alabama coach Nick Saban on Thursday revealed that he’s damaging for COVID-19, the college announced Friday afternoon.

The announcement by Alabama head athletic coach Jeff Allen stated Saban was assessed by team doctor Dr. Jimmy Robinson on Friday and remains asymptomatic and with no strain.

“We’re continuing to adhere to the SEC Yield to Medical and Activity Information Task Force Protocol for analyzing asymptomatic positives,” Allen said in the announcement. “A PCR test was replicated Thursday from the SEC appointed laboratory and was negative”

If Saban test adverse two times, every 24 hours he would be regarded as a false positive per SEC protocols and also could be permitted to go back to full activity.

Saban, 68, will last to be examined every day, according to the announcement, meaning he could test adverse Friday and Saturday — establishing the risk he could trainer Saturday night’s game in Tuscaloosa.

Meanwhile, Saban will stay in isolation.

According to the announcement, the first positive test came in an external lab the college uses to supplement the SEC’s mandated testing.