The University of Georgia is requiring anyone who traveled outside of the United State over Spring break to self-quarantine regardless of health status.

From UGASports Radi Nabulsi, the memo sent to all University staff reads in part: “If you have traveled anywhere outside of the United State over Spring Break, you MUST NOT return to a UGA campus or facility.” “Anyone who has traveled internationally in the past 14 days MUST self-quarantine until you have been asymptomatic for a period of 14 days from the date of entering / reentering the United States.”

UGASports notes that Smart and multiple assistants are believed to have traveled outside of the US.

From the article:

Smart is believed to have traveled to Costa Rica during his Spring Break per photos posted to Instagram by his wife Mary Beth Smart. Such travel would subject him to the new quarantine policy. Quite a few Georgia football players appeared to have also traveled outside the country over Spring Break per their social media posts.

AD Greg McGarity told UGASports, “This policy stands for all employees.”

Turbulent times for sure.

As always, stay tuned to The Scoop for the latest coaching news information.

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