Still have 15 NHL players identified coronavirus


The national hockey League made a statement about the results of the tests for coronavirus players.


“On Monday, June 29, more than 250 players took part in training in the club centers in the second phase of the Plan for the resumption of the season.

Among these players was made more than 1450 tests COVID-19. 15 results gave a positive reaction.

In addition, since June 8 (the second phase) the League is aware of the 11 players who have taken on COVID-19 outside the framework of the Protocol of the second phase.

All players who have passed the positive test, are in isolation and following protocols of the Centers for control and prevention of diseases of the USA and health Canada.

The NHL will continue to regularly provide details of testing of players and their results,” — said in a statement.

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