Alabama highschool soccer staff enters 10-day quarantine on account of COVID-19

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The Baker High School soccer team in Mobile, Alabama, will be taking a break from their summer training program due to COVID-19. On Friday, Baker head coach Steve Normand announced that his team was in a 10-day quarantine that will keep his players off the training field until July 26th.

The Baker soccer team is in Covid quarantine until July 26th @BakerHornetsFB pic.twitter.com/VQTnE1dFAM

– Ben Thomas (@BenThomasPreps) July 16, 2021

Alabama’s fall camps open August 2nd.

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