Valve has reported that two individuals at The International 10’s venue, Arena Nationala in Romania, have tested positive for COVID-19.
The information was shared by the organizer via their official Twitter page on Day 4 of TI10’s main event.
Valve’s health and safety protocols for The International 10
After eight days of nonstop Dota 2 action, the tournament organizers reported two positive COVID-19 cases from The International 10.
Valve has isolated the two individuals and has completed the required contact tracing protocols. The organizer also isolated those who have come into contact with the two individuals in the past five days.
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Valve has been conducting daily tests for players and personnel to make sure TI10 can continue to be a safe venue for everyone involved.
Bucharest, the city hosting The International 10, has been under Code Red status for COVID-19 prior to the start of the competition. This is primarily why Dota 2’s most prestigious event could not allow fans to attend the event.
Valve has not revealed the identity of the two individuals who tested positive.
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