National Hockey League players test positive at camps

National Hockey League players test positive at camps

National Hockey League players test positive at camps

The NHL revealed the coronavirus test results from the first five days of team training in the league's restart plan, showing just two new cases of COVID-19. According to the league, both players that tested positive "have self-isolated and are following CDC and Health Canada protocols".

Agreed ahead of the ice hockey league's resumption on 1st August, Blackbird's technology suite will now help the NHL's production team to edit and distribute live content and highlights, as well as behind-the-scenes video.

The league kicked off training camps July 13th and between that day and the 17th, 2,618 tests were conducted on over 800 players. In that time, over 600 players were administered 4,934 COVID-19 tests and 30 players tested positive. Players will continue to be tested regularly before and after the arrival of the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton on July 26.

Phase 4 of the NHL's return-to-play plan begins on August 1 with the Stanley Cup Qualifiers followed by four rounds of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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