Says ESPN:

It was Friday, March 13, and the Union captain had plenty of time on his hands.

“I’m sitting at the dining room table by myself,” he said over the phone. “The kids got dropped off at school. My wife went to work out. She asked if I wanted to go to the gym, but if I’m not allowed to train at my facility, maybe I’m not trying to interact with other people right now.

“I wouldn’t say it’s an off day. I’ll probably go for a run around the city later.”

Bedoya, along with his teammates, leaguemates and the rest of the world, was attempting to figure out how to manage through the coronavirus pandemic. Major League Soccer had just instituted a team training moratorium that would soon be extended through May 10. 

https://www.espn.com/soccer/major-league-soccer/story/4077197/mls-players-deal-with-coronavirus-induced-break-by-social-distancinghome-workoutslaundry