Mullen, 48, is currently self-isolating from his family and the rest of the program. Florida shut down practice earlier in the week after a spike in positive COVID-19 test results.
Florida head coach Dan Mullen announced via Twitter on Saturday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. His positive test has been confirmed, and he is currently in self-isolation.
Earlier this week, Florida had put a halt to practices after experiencing a spike in positive COVID-19 test results. In his statement, Mullen said those impacted are recovering well.
“Thank you Gator Nation for all your support for the program this week,” Mullen said. “Thankfully, everyone impacted is recovering well and has experienced mild to no symptoms… I am proud of how our players, staff and campus community have navigated this unprecedented time and hope all continue to be safe.”
Mullen’s announcement comes hours after Alabama head coach Nick Saban was cleared to
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