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I.HATE.THIS.VIRUS!!!!!

 

May be an image of text that says 'com/fansofthe FANS OF WINNIPEG ETS ETS WINNIPED There ma THE may more cases of COVID-19 on WI the Jets. EG No announcement is expected until tomorrow'

 

depending on what happens tomorrow the game will likely be postponed....maybe the Wild players should get tested as well considering there were many scuffles last night

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Where's Wheeler? Did he get on the plane? Are they allowing Covid+ players to travel across the border? Canadians, sure, but Americans/Foreigners? There must be some exemption. 

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25 minutes ago, JCon said:

Where's Wheeler? Did he get on the plane? Are they allowing Covid+ players to travel across the border? Canadians, sure, but Americans/Foreigners? There must be some exemption. 

He's currently self-isolating in Minnesota (where he tested positive, IIRC), as confirmed by the organization two days ago.

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Just now, blue_gold_84 said:

He's currently self-isolating in Minnesota (where he tested positive, IIRC), as confirmed by the organization two days ago.

I wonder who else stayed behind?? :35_thinking:

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Mark Scheifele entered COVID-19 after testing positive yesterday morning. He's asymptomatic and has since tested negative. If he produces another negative test, he's eligible to come out of protocol and play tonight vs. Anaheim.

WTF is with these Covid tests. Jeebus.

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1 hour ago, HardCoreBlue said:

Mark Scheifele entered COVID-19 after testing positive yesterday morning. He's asymptomatic and has since tested negative. If he produces another negative test, he's eligible to come out of protocol and play tonight vs. Anaheim.

WTF is with these Covid tests. Jeebus.

You can't be asymptomatic and test negative. 

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14 minutes ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

You can't be asymptomatic and test negative. 

If you consider them to be part of two separate tests, you can. Test positive (but be asymptomatic), then subsequently get tested and receive a negative result. 

But, that would mean one test was erroneous. 

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