Cubs manager David Ross and five other Tier 1 individuals won't attend Monday morning's workout as they wait for Saturday's completed COVID-19 testing results.
The Cubs said the majority of Saturday's results have been reported but Ross and the five other individuals "anticipate further clarity" later on Monday.
“We’ve decided to do the prudent thing so myself and the five others will not attend this morning’s workout,” Ross said in a statement. “Out of an abundance of caution, we think it makes sense for the six of us to wait for clarity.
"Situations like this have not been a worrisome indicator of a positive test result to date.”
The Cubs are the only team in Major League Baseball without a player testing positive through the first two weeks of intake and monitoring testing.
The Cubs pushed back last Tuesday's workout while waiting for their test results from July 5.