(WTAJ) — The Cleveland Browns have been forced to close their facility in the wake of two additional members testing positive for COVID-19 ahead of Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A player and staff member have tested positive for the disease according to an announcement on the team’s Twitter account. Their facility will remain closed while contact tracing is being conducted.
“The team will continue to work remotely and follow the NFL-NFLPA intensive protocols as the health and safety of our team, staff and the entire community is our highest priority,” the team said in their statement.
This Sunday’s game in Cleveland against the Pittsburgh Steelers is currently scheduled for 1 p.m. on CBS.