Knicks owner tests positive for Coronavirus

Knicks owner tests positive for Coronavirus
The Knicks' advertising twitter account declared the outcomes, Saturday: "The Madison Square Garden Company Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jim Dolan has tried positive for coronavirus. He has been in self-disconnection and is encountering practically zero indications. He keeps on administering business tasks."

Prior in the day, Dolan declared he would keep paying laborers at MSG through May 3, albeit brandishing and different occasions won't be held. The NBA season has been suspended uncertainly as of March 11.

Dolan, 64, is the first NBA proprietor to test positive for the Coronavirus. Rudy Gobert was the primary player to test positive, however many have stuck to this same pattern since. Knicks' players have not been tried for the infection since they have not shown any side effects.

New York City is right now the focal point of the infection with more than 29,000 affirmed cases alone. In any event, 728 individuals have passed on.

Trump is thinking about an isolate of the province of New York, yet he's said it is still far-fetched. Different states, for example, Rhode Island, are attempting to keep New Yorkers from voyaging. Rhode Island is halting any vehicles with New York plates and ordering them to a 14-day isolate.
 
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