NewsRacingCovid-19 Positives Linked to Frozen Thunder

FasterSkier FasterSkierNovember 18, 2020
A 2016 photo from Frozen Thunder in Canmore, Alberta. (Photo: Matthias Ahrens)

Yesterday, RMOTODAY.com, reported 11 “active” cases of Covid-19 linked to Frozen Thunder, an early season on-snow event organized at the Canmore Nordic Centre. According to the news report, athletes, clubs, and national governing bodies like Nordiq Canada and Biathlon Canada were notified about the cases on November 17.

RMOTODAY contacted Chris Dornan, Nordiq Canada’s communications director, who emailed, “These individuals are in quarantine and following all of the required protocols in place to protect themselves and the community at large.”

Dornan added, “Contact tracing has also been initiated and those who have deemed to have been in close contact have been notified of their risk of exposure. These individuals have also been advised of steps that need to be taken.”

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