LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Football teams at two Glendale Unified High Schools will be asked to perform “virtual exercises” after an unspecified number of positive COVID tests.

A school district spokesman told CBSLA’s Jeff Nguyen that the Crescenta Valley High School soccer and varsity soccer teams and the Hoover High School soccer team will be switching to virtual practices for 10 days based on positive cases detected in surveillance tests Week”.

The Crescenta Valley could resume training in person after March 13, while Hoover could return after March 14, the spokesman said.

The results follow the new guidelines for youth sports, which require weekly surveillance tests for high contact sports such as soccer and water polo.