(WXYZ) — The NFL has detailed plans for phase one of reopening club facilities amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo on Wednesday that lays out protocols for teams.
"The protocols are intended to allow for a safe and phased reopening. The first phase would involve a limited number of non-player personnel – initially 50 percent of your non-player employees (up to a total of 75) on any single day unless state or local regulations require a lower number. Clubs would decide which employees could return to the facility and when once facilities reopen. No players would be permitted in the facility except to continue a course of therapy and rehabilitation that was underway when facilities were initially closed," the memo reads.
According to the league, Dr. Allen Sills will be discussing the protocols with teams on a phone call.
You can read the entire memo below.
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