Mooseheads be part of Sea Canines with COVID-19 case

The Halifax Mooseheads have postponed video games on Saturday and Wednesday after a group worker examined optimistic for COVID-19.

The worker has not been in touch with any gamers or hockey workers, based on a launch Saturday.

The Mooseheads mentioned they have been being cautious regardless that Public Well being instructed them they did not must take additional motion.

The Mooseheads have been attributable to host the Charlottetown Islanders on Saturday night time and Cape Breton Eagles on Wednesday.

The Quebec Main Junior Hockey League despatched a memo to Halifax executives outlining the next steps to align with COVID-19 protocols:

• Gamers and workers will now self-monitor.
• Members of the group who’ve been in touch with the contaminated individual will probably be examined.
• Public Well being officers have been contacted by the league. They’re exploring the character of all contacts between gamers and workers. Any further findings will probably be shared with the group and the league.

Rescheduled dates for the video games will probably be introduced within the coming days. 

Different QMJHL video games delayed

Followers who had beforehand bought tickets for the video games can use their similar ticket for admission to the rescheduled video games, or obtain a refund or trade by way of Ticket Atlantic by calling 902-451-1221.

The Halifax scenario comes the identical week as at the least 5 upcoming video games involving the Saint John Sea Canines and Cape Breton have been postponed after a optimistic COVID-19 take a look at.

The optimistic take a look at is throughout the Saint John group, however on Friday the group mentioned the case shouldn’t be travel-related.

In line with a launch, neither the Sea Canines nor the Eagles will probably be allowed to participate in video games till Public Well being has accomplished its investigation.

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