NHL announces no positive coronavirus tests over final week of Phase 3
4,256 tests were administered to more than 800 players
The NHL is reporting that no player tested positive for COVID-19 over the final week of training camps.
The league said in a release Monday that 4,256 tests were administered to more than 800 players during the seven-day period from July 18-25.
The NHL had announced two positive cases from July 13, when Phase 3 of the league's return-to-play plan commenced with the start of training camps, through July 17. The league said it administered 6,874 total tests during Phase 3.
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The NHL suspended its season March 12 due to the spread of the global pandemic.