The Essendon AFL player Conor McKenna is unlikely to face a ban as the AFL investigates if there was a COVID-19 breach for visiting an open-house inspection.
The Sunday Herald Sun’s reported he visited an open for inspection ahead of his positive test.
The AFL is yet to rule whether it was a breach.
He was the first AFL player to test positive to COVID-19 which saw the Essendon-Melbourne game being postponed.
Protocols sent to players in a COVID-19 dossier this year stated players could “move house”.
It is understood that provision related to buying and selling houses rather than viewing rental properties.
The lease on the city apartment McKenna and his brother rents is close to expiring.
It is understood McKenna should also have contacted Essendon’s compliance officer Laura Lawry to check for permission.
Essendon chief executive Xavier Campbell confirmed the Sunday Herald Sun’s report about visiting an open for inspection,
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