Four Colombians ruled out Monday’s game against the U.S. women’s soccer team due to coronavirus logs.

The U.S. Football Association said an employee of the Colombian team tested positive for COVID-19 upon arriving in Florida and three players were isolated after contract prosecution. The three players tested negative for the virus.

The Colombian Federation identified the players as midfielder Daniela Montoya, Diana Carolina Ospina and defender Carolina Arias.

A fourth player, midfielder Ana Gabriela Huertas, had inconclusive test results and was excluded from the game.

The US were to play Colombia twice at Exploria Stadium. Should the excluded Colombian players receive additional negative tests, they could be available for Friday’s game.


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