According to a statement from the Giants, anyone who came in close contact with Hernandez was told to stay home and attend meetings remotely.READ MORE: Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Not Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations: 'I Never Touched Anyone Inappropriately'
Hernandez and all but four of the Giants offensive linemen are self-isolating.
“We are working closely with the NFL’s Chief Medical Officer regarding next protocol steps,” the team said in a statement.
The team’s practice facility remained open Thursday while the rest of the players and staff followed their normal schedules. The team practiced outside.READ MORE: Road To Reopening: New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Allowed To Reopen At 33% Capacity Beginning April 2
The Giants (1-6) are last in the NFC East and are scheduled to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-2) at MetLife Stadium on Monday night.
Giants head coach Joe Judge said he did not think the positive test would impact the game.
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