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MotoGP identifies first COVID-19 case in Czech GP paddock

The MotoGP paddock has detected its first positive COVID-19 case in a member of Dorna Sports' TV crew, but the Czech Grand Prix weekend is not expected to be affected. MotoGP has deployed strict protocols amidst the coronavirus pandemic in order to get its delayed 2020 season under way last month with a Jerez double-header. Amongst the virus prevention measures in MotoGP is a reduced paddock size permitted at each event and races held without fans in attendance. Those entering the paddock must produce a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival to each race, with regular temperature checks carried out. The paddock deploys its own track and trace app, with social bubbles in operation to avoid any...
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