“All countries, obviously, have different rules in place. But I think, though, once you start to bring in international travel into it, and players are coming in and team members from all different parts of the world, you need to make sure you’re taking all the correct measures, all the precautions that you can, to try avoid a situation like they got into over there,” he said.
“Hopefully, it’s nothing too bad, there’s not a big outbreak there, because my understanding is that in Serbia and Croatia they were handling it fairly well.
“But, once you start having mass gatherings with people coming in from all sorts of countries, it’s a recipe for it to kick off.
“It’s kind of a lesson for all of us to take – if we weren’t already – to take this extremely seriously, to have as many safety measures in place as possible.”
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