According to reports, the COVID-19 outbreak among Kanaks in Vancouver has increased.
Recall that the day before, the National Hockey League (NHL) put the club’s activities on hold until the next Tuesday, April 6, after two skaters and another person contracted the virus.
The COVID-19-related issues started with the Canucks on Tuesday, when forward Adam Gaudette withdrew from training.
The latter received a positive test in the morning. The NHL subsequently announced the postponement of the clash between the Garnac and the Calgary Fires on Wednesday night.
According to Irfaan Gaffar, a reporter who has followed the team for more than a decade, the Bateman House is likely to be forced to extend the Canucks’ “supply”.
The current COVID-19 outbreak in British Columbia is the second time it has hit a team in the northern region.
In March, after Joel Armia contracted the virus, the Montreal Canadiens were quarantined for 7 days.