All of the individuals who were closely involved with the Team Canada Junior (CJS) camp – players, coaches and staff – have been placed in quarantine for 14 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
This is what the organization said in a statement Wednesday evening. Thus, the group finds itself on forced leave for two weeks. The decision is retroactive to November 23. Players will not be able to leave their hotel rooms until December 7th.
“As soon as the positive tests were received on Monday, it was decided to suspend all activities of the camp and immediately place the players and staff in quarantine, reacted Scott Salmond, first vice-president of the national teams of Hockey Canada, in a communicated. In accordance with Hockey Canada safety protocols, all players, coaches and staff will undergo further testing before resuming any activity at camp. “
Players will have no choice but to train inside their bedroom to keep fit.