KSL Sports: Utah Athletics responded to the Pac-12’s announcement for a new COVID-19 testing initiative within the conference.
On Thursday, September 3, the Pac-12 Conference announced a partnership with Quidel Corporation, a diagnostic test leader, in order to carry out daily COVID-19 tests for its student-athletes that participate in “all close-contact sports.”
Shortly after the conference’s agreement with Quidel was announced, Utah athletic director Mark Harlan and team physician Dr. David Petron released statements on the news.
Utah Athletics responded to the Pac-12's announcement for a new COVID-19 testing initiative within the conference.
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