KHL’s Spartak Moscow club won’t follow the path of Omsk Avangard and has stopped their training camp due to Covid-19.
On July 17th team announced that they have 13 members of staff and players that have tested positive for Covid-19.
Other teams are also facing Covid-19 related issues. CSKA Moscow has had seven positive tests, Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod has three cases while Severstal Cherepovets only two.
”Due to the current situation and it not being possible to practice with the best resources available we have decided to stop our training camp in Novogorsk and the team will be returning to Moscow. In the near future, Spartak will make a decision on how to proceed in our pre-season training schedule.” Spartak announced.
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