Josiah Scott says he’s had multiple negative tests after false positive

Josiah Scott says he's had multiple negative tests after false positive

GettyImages 1184719881 e1595914390289

Getty Images

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Josiah Scott was one of four players placed on the COVID-19/reserve list by the team on Monday.

Scott, via his Twitter account, said that his first test was a false positive and that he has since had multiple negative follow-up tests.

As Peter King detailed, a player such a Scott that has tested positive can return under two conditions:

If he has symptoms of COVID-19, at least 10 days must pass since the first symptoms occurred and at least 72 hours have passed since symptoms last occurred. He must test negative and have his return approved by a team doctor in consultation with league medical officials.

If he is asymptomatic, 10 days must have passed since his positive test—or five days have passed since the positive test, plus two tests that show negative results, for him to resume playing.

Scott would fall into the latter category, which would give the rookie fourth rounder plenty of time to be cleared before the Jaguars are actually able to get on the field for any activity.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Zion Williamson return

Zion Williamson will return to practice with Pelicans; status for opener undecided

Sushant Singh Rajput death continues to rattle India

Sushant Singh Rajput met book publisher thrice: What did he want to write about?