On Tuesday afternoon, the positive test was confirmed. University health officials contacted Berkeley health officials, who began contact tracing. The player was questioned about his contacts over the previous five days. Cal even pulled film from previous practices to study which players had extended contact with him.
Berkeley regulations state that those in close contact with someone with the coronavirus must quarantine for 14 days.
“By Tuesday night, we had a pretty good sense that the entire position group could be impacted,” Larson said. Read from source….