A Rhode Island child who has tested positive for the coronavirus recently got an autograph from now-infected Utah Jazz forward Rudy Gobert, according to police.

The unidentified youngster is one of two kids in the Ocean State to have tested positive, with the other recently returning from a cruise to the Bahamas, Westerly Police said at a press conference Friday.

Police chief Shawn Lacey did not reveal the player, but NBC 10 reported that it was Jazz forward Rudy Gobert, the first player in the NBA confirmed to have COVID-19.

Officials did not identify which of the two infected children — a pre-schooler who goes to a Connecticut daycare and a second-grader at an elementary school — had met the player. The children, both from Westerley, are not related, police said.

The Boston Celtics and their venue, TD Garden, earlier released a statement insisting it was “unlikely” Gobert was infected during the March 6 Boston game, saying the “risk is low for guests, players and associates.”

Gobert later apologized for his “careless” behavior — including touching reporters’ microphones placed on the table where he was sitting while joking about the overreaction over the potentially deadly virus.