Teams must arrive in Orlando on private charters to minimize contact with others.
All 26 teams will be housed at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando. No other guests will be allowed to stay in the resort during the early stages of the tournament.
Each team will have its own bus to travel back and forth to training and games to minimize contact.
Still, Guzan said there are questions that haven’t been answered by the league.
“I don’t know if anyone truly feels comfortable,” he said.
Among his questions:
• What happens when someone tests positive after a game?
• Where do they go?
• Will there be hotel staff coming and going?
• Where do the teams eat? How will that be handled?
Garber said that hotel-staff employees don’t fall under the testing umbrella, but that he doesn’t believe that they will come into contact with the players.
Garber also said that there isn’t a number of positive tests that would cause the league to reconsider continuing the tournament.