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Dodgers Advised to Quarantine for 2 Weeks By Health Dept. Over Justin Turner Test

TMZ.com Thursday, 29 October 2020
The Dodgers are "working closely" with the L.A. County Health Department after Justin Turner tested positive for COVID … and officials are advising an immediate team-wide quarantine. TMZ Sports spoke with Health Department officials who tell us…
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