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The Dutch rowing team has agreed to separate itself from other competitors after one of its athletes, a coach and a staff member all tested positive for COVID-19, the team’s performance director said on Monday.

TeamNL rowing coach Josy Verdonkschot tested positive for the coronavirus and went into a 10-day quarantine, the Netherlands Olympic Committee said on Sunday, after 21-year-old single sculls competitor Finn Florijn also turned up a positive test on Friday.

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