Oct. 16 (UPI) -- The Indianapolis Colts on Friday closed their facility after four people tested positive for COVID-19. Those tests later proved to be false positives, and the team remains on schedule to play Sunday.
"After consultation with the NFL and chief medical officer, Dr. Allen Sills, the team will open the practice facility this afternoon under the league's intensive protocol and will continue preparation for Sunday's game against Cincinnati," the Colts said in a statement.
The Colts will host the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. EDT Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Last Friday, the New York Jets experienced a similar situation before they closed their facility. The Jets later determined a positive test result was a false positive and went on to play their Week 5 game two days later.
The Atlanta Falcons closed their facility Thursday after a coach tested positive for COVID-19. The Falcons reopened the facility Friday morning for in-person team activities.
The Cleveland Browns -- who played the Colts Sunday -- also negative results for all players and staff members after Thursday's round of testing.
Indianapolis had a limited attendance of 7,480 fans at its last home game Sept. 27 at Lucas Oil Stadium.