Are they not testing everyone every other day routinely? Also, taking temperatures twice per day for everyone? I am not sure how fast they get test results, but that seemed to be a problem when they were first opening the summer training camps. They need test results in less than 24 hours to have any chance to control and limit outbreaks. I would also assume that the Phillies would get every day testing for a couple days given this possible exposure to the COVID during the weekend series.
I assume they are doing a super heavy cleaning and disinfecting of the facilities at CBP today and if they get negative test results back for the Phillies, which I would hope would be available by late tonight, then they may be able to continue with a game tomorrow night. Of course, positive tests for Phillies' players or personnel in the highest level of access, would likely cause more games to be put off or cancelled.