United are not the only club that has to deal with COVID-19 protocols and other matters as they continue to play through lockdowns and the pandemic.
Most of the team does not even share the same dressing room for home games, with the players split among four dressing rooms.
"At the moment we are all split up (because of social distancing), there are three or four different dressing rooms at the moment," said Rashford, per the Daily Mirror.
"It is all a bit chaotic at the moment, as you can imagine.
"But for us, we have to deal with it the best way we can.
"If you look at the starting XI, we are not all in the same dressing room, so we have to find a way to keep that connection and that bond.
"As soon as we go out on the training pitch, that is when we can be together and have to do a lot of the work because the small things which would happen in the normal settings of a changing room, like conversations and the lessons you would have learned off some of the older players, that has been taken away from us.
"We have to do all of the learning on the training pitch."