Sea Dogs Suspend Activities Following a Positive COVID-19 Test
Quebec City, QC - The Saint John Sea Dogs have recorded a positive COVID-19 test among the staff and are suspending team in-person activities.
The league issued a memo to Sea Dogs' executives in which it outlined the following steps to take in accordance with COVID-19 protocols:
- Players and staff will now be isolated;
- Members of the organization who have been in contact with the infected person will be tested;
- Public Health Officials have been contacted by the League. They are exploring the nature of all contacts between players and staff. Any additional findings will be shared with the team and the League.
The Cape Breton Eagles, who played the Sea Dogs last night, will not be competing until the investigation by Public Health Officials is complete.
Therefore, the following games are postponed:
Game # Date Visiting team Local team
131 2020-11-20 Cape Breton Moncton
129 2020-11-20 Saint John Charlottetown
140 2020-11-21 Cape Breton Moncton
141 2020-11-22 Saint John Acadie-Bathurst
248 2020-11-25 Moncton Saint John
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