Mullen: Florida expects to resume activities Monday
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Florida head coach Dan Mullen says the Gators expect to return to work Monday after they paused all football activities last week due to a COVID-19 outbreak, according to Yahoo's Zach Abolverdi.

Multiple members of the football program tested positive, including Mullen, which prompted the postponement of last week's contest against LSU. The 48-year-old noted he and the majority of the players are recovering well.

"I'm doing fine, thank you for asking," Mullen said, according to Graham Hall of the Gainesville Sun. Mullen added, "The majority of our guys had very minor symptoms."

Mullen also confirmed the Gators returned an additional positive test Tuesday. The coach isn't sure how many players will be available once the team returns but is confident that he'll have enough to play.

"We won't be at full capacity as a team, but we feel comfortable our numbers will be at a point where we can play the game," Mullen said, per Edgar Thompson of the Orlando Sentinel.

Florida is currently scheduled to face Missouri on Oct. 31.

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