Despite strict regulations and requirements within the team structure, not every young athlete is going to “contain” themselves socially. Positives that have popped up in U.S. baseball demonstrate that. I’m not saying that’s behind Warbasse’s positive, but probability wise, we should expect to see a quite small % of riders get exposed either via their family or socializing outside the team, particularly during training blocks.I'd assume (going by the people around me) that the older ones and those with serious conditions just stay at home now and try to avoid social contacts.
Regarding Warbasse I'm actually a bit surprised as well. These people will be so careful now, where do they catch it? Does anyone know about Dillier, whether it was probably truely positive or a false positive?