Team Canada's Selection Camp Shutdown is Not a Great Sign for World Junior Championship

Team Canada has begun a two-week quarantine during selection camp after multiple members contracted COVID-19. How worried should we be about this year's tournament?
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Team Canada is currently under a two-week quarantine after members of the team contracted the COVID-19 virus, putting a pause on the organization's extended selection camp. Is this just the start of what's to come once the rest of the teams travel over? 

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