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LPGA Tour detected nCoV before the rematch

Gaby Lopez who currently ranked 44th in the world is the first Covid-19 positive case in the return process of the US women’s golf system – LPGA Tour.
Lopez was found to be infected with nCoV during a test on July 27, before her incoming participation in the Inverness to play Drive On Championship on July 31.
The Mexican Golfer has withdrawn from the tournament and had to isolate himself, and the organizers are trying to make contact with all the people who used to contact her.
“According to the LPGA Tour’s Covid-19 test procedure, I was notified of a positive result and had to leave Drive On Championship this week. Now I have very mild symptoms, but I am still strong and is quarantining myself. It’s safe for everyone at the tournament and I am looking forward to coming back, “Lopez wrote on Twitter today.
“I’m eager to play again after a long vacation but then I’m disappointed and have to wait a while longer. Still, I’m happy to receive results just in time because there will cause no risk to everyone. I’m on my own isolation, and will comply with the epidemic prevention guidelines to be able to play safely soon.”, the golfer who was born in 1993 said.
According to the LPGA Tour procedure, Lopez must isolate herself at least 10 days. She will then be given a saliva test on day 10 and a medical evaluation. If the result is negative, Lopez reserves the right to return to the tournament.
Having been on the LPGA Tour since 2016, Lopez won the Blue Bay LPGA 2018 and Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions 2020. She is ranked 44th in the world rankings – Rolex Rankings.