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Campbell County High School suspends athletic practices after football player tests positive for COVID-19

Campbell County High School athletic teams cannot have in-person contact for two weeks.

Football, cheer and basketball practices are suspended at Campbell County High School after a football player tested positive for COVID-19. This was first reported by the LaFollette Press. 

Practices are suspended for five days and there will be no in-person contact for two weeks. The school notified all parents and coaches. The football player who tested positive cannot return to practice until they are cleared by a doctor. 

Coaches and players who were near the positive player must show normal temperatures and be asymptomatic for 72 hours before returning to practice. 

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