Campbell tested positive during the pre-tournament screening process and becomes the fifth member on the Tour to contract the coronavirus and third in as many days to withdraw from the Detroit Tour stop, joining Dylan Frittelli (Sunday) and Harris English (Monday).
"While the positive test result is unnerving, I am incredibly grateful to be asymptomatic and feel physically well and my thoughts are with anyone dealing with COVID, directly or indirectly", Campbell said in a statement.
"I'm most thankful for the Tour's assistance, procedures and protocols, which I will continue to follow during my self-isolation, so as to keep everyone safe", the 30-year-old Frittelli said.
Four players and two caddies have tested positive for the coronavirus since the tour returned to competition three weeks ago with tournaments in Fort Worth, Texas; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; and CT. "I look forward to getting back on Tour once it's safe to do so", he said. "I fully supported the tour's new rule of not allowing anyone on the tournament grounds until testing negative, as protecting others in the field and everyone affiliated with the tournament and the community should be the No.1 priority as a result of a positive test".
Cirque du Soleil cuts 3,500 jobs to avoid bankruptcy
Cirque expects to emerge from the restructuring process as a much leaner entity with about 1,000 employees initially. In May, the Quebec government loaned the struggling Cirque $200 million as it attempted to restructure its finances.