The NBA is preparing for a potential restart after more than two months have passed since the season first came to a sudden halt on March 11. To do so, the league must ensure it can be done safely and reduce the number of coronavirus infections throughout the rest of the season and the postseason.

As Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer points out: medical professionals agree that upon arriving at a neutral site, individual players must quarantine for multiple days and be tested repeatedly to prevent an outbreak.

In addition to that, Marc Stein of The New York Times reports that NBA teams have been informed they would likely be allowed to bring (roughly) 35 players/coaches/staff into a “campus” environment if the 2019-20 season indeed resumes.