Sports Illustrated: As college conferences continue to make decisions on whether football will be played in the fall, NCAA chief medical officer Dr. Brian Hainline holds firm that the sport cannot be played safely without proper COVID-19 testing.
In an appearance on CNN on Saturday night, Hainline stated the risk that would be involved if college sports go forward in the fall.
“Right now, if testing in the U.S. stays the way it is, there’s no way we can go forward with sports,” Hainline said.
Taking the current COVID-19 testing and contact tracing measures into consideration, NCAA chief medical officer Brian Hainline said, "we're not in a place today where we could safely play sports."
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