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Three members of Toronto Raptors organization test positive for COVID-19

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The Toronto Raptors organization has issued an official release stating that three members of the Raptors have tested positive for COVID-19 during the league's mandated pre-training camp testing period.

"All three (members) are, and will continue, to self-isolate away from the rest of the organization," the statement reads. "Adherence to protocols, follow-up testing and contact tracing has so far revealed no spread to other members of the Raptors organization. We will continue to follow safety protocols, and will update the situation as appropriate," the release concludes.

The Raptors began training camp at Saint Leo University in St. Leo, Florida on Sunday, Dec. 6 with this release coming out today, on Monday, Dec. 7. According to TSN's Josh Lewenberg , head coach Nick Nurse had stated in his post-practice media availability on Sunday that all players attended the first practice of the season.

More updates to follow.

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