The Florida Gators football program is in the midst of a full blown COVID-19 outbreak. Following their upset loss to the Aggies of Texas A&M, Florida was forced to suspend all football operations and postpone games against LSU and Missouri because of 21 players testing positive for the virus.
As of Saturday evening, Florida head coach, Dan Mullen is among those positive tests. The Florida coach informed fans via Twitter, saying that, “everyone impacted is recovering well and has had mild to no symptoms.” In addition, Mullen is self-isolating from his family, who havpe not been infected.
— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen)
October 17, 2020
Per the SEC protocol, coaches and players that test positive must isolate for ten days and be symptom-free for three consecutive days before returning.