Cubs say 2 staffers tested positive for COVID-19

Chicago Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said two staff members have COVID-19 and were experiencing mild symptoms.

Hoyer would not reveal their names. He says one was tested because "a friend of a friend had it and he'd been in contact with that person,'' and the other was "out of an abundance of caution.''

Hoyer says no players have tested positive or opted out of this season because of concerns about the coronavirus, nor have any coaches.
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