All riders who've left the Burgos tour in precautionary moves have tested negative in follow-up controls.
Race leader Felix Großschartner stayed safe near the front of the group, and maintained his 8-second overall advantage.
Three Colombian riders found to have been in recent contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
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20-year-old Dutchman underwent plastic surgery Tuesday night after severing finger in opening stage.
Spanish veteran pops into frame after long racing break
Henao also out after riders crash with about 50km to go in Tuesday's first stage
The Bora-Hansgrohe rider launched a successful opportunistic attack when the front of the race paused inside of 1 kilometer to go.
Team withdrew two riders from Vuelta a Burgos' opening stage for fears of COVID in false alarm.
Israel Start-Up Nation removed rider Itamar Einhorn from its Vuelta a Burgos as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. Einhorn did not test positive, yet he was in contact with a teammate who did.
Belgian superstar Remco Evenepoel says he's become accustomed to wearing his protective face mask when not on the bicycle.
Chaves to restart season at Spanish race alongside Simon Yates and Mikel Nieve.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step staff plan to carefully manage 20-year-old's schedule to keep him fresh leading into first grand tour.
Teams, riders warily eye evolving health conditions as return to racing looms.