Less than 24 hours after the Brooklyn Nets announced that four of their players had tested positive for the coronavirus, forward Wilson Chandler said on Twitter that building management asked him to stay out of the common areas of his Brooklyn Heights apartment complex.
Chandler wrote that the building’s manager called him and said that since Nets players had tested positive, Chandler should “possibly stay out of the lobby etc. We can’t afford to lose our staff.”
According to Chandler, the woman did not ask for his specific test results or if he was feeling well.
Chandler wrote that by his estimation, at least 300 people live in the building and he has seen delivery trucks and personnel coming in and out of the building for the past week.
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