Positive cases of COVID-19 have been detected within the broadcast staff at the world women's curling championship in the Calgary bubble, forcing the postponement of this morning's 10 a.m. draw.
No athletes or officials have been affected, the World Curling Federation announced this morning.
The entire broadcasting crew is isolating — they are housed in a different hotel from athletes — while additional testing and contact tracing takes place.
The venue, WinSport Arena, is going through a deep cleaning and sanitization this morning, forcing the postponement of games.
It's believed no games will be televised today.
Team Canada — the Kerri Einarson squad from Gimli (1-3) — is scheduled to play the United States (2-2) on the 3 p.m. draw.