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Sports NHL extends isolation period to April 6

10:11  25 march  2020
10:11  25 march  2020 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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The NHL is extending its recommendation for players and staff to self-isolate and stay away from team facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. and staff extend their self-quarantine 10 days beyond the original March 27 timeline to April 6 -- further pushing back the earliest team facilities can reopen.

The NHL is extending its recommendation for players and staff to Multiple people with knowledge of the recommendation told The Associated Press on Tuesday the NHL has asked that players and staff extend their self-quarantine 10 days beyond the original March 27 timeline to April 6 — further

The NHL will remain off-limits until April 6. © Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports The NHL will remain off-limits until April 6.

While the NHL’s main focus is on returning to action, at some point, and in some way, that day won’t be coming any time soon. The Associate Press reports that the league is extending its recommended period of self-isolation for players and staff during this ongoing epidemic. Team facilities and organized activities will remain off-limits until April 6.

This change presents a ten-day increase over the initial quarantine recommendation that the league made, which would have been set to end on March 27. The move resulted from opinions from both the board of governors and general managers, who held conference calls over the past two days. It also aligns more closely with the recommendations of federal and state health officials.

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On Tuesday, the NHL reportedly extended its isolation period for players and staff into April , further pushing back a potential return to the ice. The NHL is extending its recommendation for players and staff to self-isolate and stay away from team facilities during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The NHL is extending its recommendation for players and staff to self-isolate and stay away Deputy commissioner Bill Daly on Tuesday confirmed the NHL has asked that players and staff extend their self-quarantine 10 days beyond the original March 27 timeline to April 6 — further pushing back the

Meanwhile, there is still no word on when the league will resume its season and in what manner. The NHL has previously stated that they will wait for guidance from health officials before making that move and this isolation extension is certainly a signal that the resumption of play is not coming soon. Yet, the league hopes to still play out the regular season and postseason, if at all possible, while still maintaining a full 2020-21 campaign.

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