Josh Peter, USA TODAY Published 1:20 p.m. ET March 29, 2020 | Updated 3:19 p.m. ET March 29, 2020CLOSEINGLEWOOD, Calif. — Construction continues at SoFi Stadium, being built for the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, after a worker tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesman for the construction firm overseeing work at the site, told USA TODAY Sports on Sunday.The worker was assigned to an isolated area outside the building and had not at any time entered the building or used any of its common areas, said Chris McFadden, vice president of communications for Turner Construction Company.“First and most importantly, the worker is doing well, receiving care and is recovering,” McFadden said by email. “The safety of the people on site and in our community remains our top priority.”CORONAVIRUS & SPORTS: Get the latest news and information right in your inbox. Sign up here.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: Rams have become experts at disaster responseAll equipment that may have been used by the worker is being disinfected and workers who were in contact with the individual have been identified and contacted, according to McFadden. The 70,000-seat stadium, being built at a cost of more than $2 billion, is scheduled to open July 25, which

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