The Colorado Avalanche announced on Saturday that a second of their players tested positive for COVID-19. It’s the fourth NHL player to end up contracting the virus.
“The Colorado Avalanche were advised late last night that a second player has tested positive for COVID-19,” the Avs said in a statement. “The player is in self-isolation. All other Avalanche players, staff and others who might have had close contact with the player have been informed and remain isolated.”
An update from our organization.https://t.co/mmcujLsxBD
— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) March 28, 2020
The other two players to test positive for coronavirus play for the Ottawa Senators.
The Avalanche played the Sharks in San Jose on Sunday, March 8, a day after the Senators did.
The Blues also announced last night that their play-by-play man, John Kelly, tested positive for the virus as well.
— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) March 27, 2020
The Colorado Avalanche were advised late last night that a second player has tested positive for COVID-19. The player is in self-isolation. All other Avalanche players, staff and others who might have had close contact with the player have been informed and remain isolated as per prior League direction and are monitoring their health and will be in touch with Club medical staff as necessary. No other Avalanche player or staff member has shown symptoms at this time.
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