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Cubs report two staff members positive for COVID-19

Two Chicago Cubs staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.

The announcement was made by Chicago Cubs GM Jed Hoyer on Monday.  Hoyer told reporters both members were experiencing mild symptoms.  No names were revealed by the Cubs GM.

Cubs players will undergo testing on Wednesday for COVID-19 at a nearby firehouse.  So far no Cubs players have elected not to play this season.  That includes cancer survivors Jon Lester and Anthony Rizzo, both are considered high risk for the pandemic.

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