A woman says she and a group of children who met NBA player Rudy Gobert at Monday night’s game in Salt Lake City are being denied the coronavirus test despite his positive result for the virus.The woman, Samantha Eldridge, said in a lengthy Facebook post on Friday that she and members of a Native American girls group from the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake attended the Utah Jazz game Monday night as guests of Gobert and his nonprofit, Rudy’s Kids Foundation.”After the game, we were invited to meet Rudy on the court where he spoke with the girls and took photos,” Eldridge wrote in the post that was shared more than 1,000 times by Saturday morning. “Some of the girls gave high fives.”Gobert was the first NBA player to test positive, leading the league to suspend the season. Eldridge alleges that two of the girls took a photo and included that image in her post.On Wednesday evening, after she learned the Jazz center tested positive for COVID-19, the term for the disease caused by the virus, Eldridge said she immediately contacted the Urban Indian Center, which advised all the parents and girls who met Gobert to self quarantine for


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