I’ve noticed some NHL games have been postponed, not due to actual infections but due to exposure to somebody who either tested positive or was contact traced to somebody who tested positive. That puts a player into the NHL’s covid policy which means they are unavailable to practice, play, workout or anything at team facilities until everyone is sure the player isn’t infected. I’m in MA so I follow the Bruins, but as a hockey fan and somebody who played the sport, I also pay attention to the rest of the league. While there have been players who’ve tested positive there are more players who entered the covid protocol who didn’t ultimately test positive. And as far as I’m aware not a single player has developed any serious symptoms. Most seem to not get sick at all. Obviously nobody has been hospitalized, vented or died. It seems like they’ve taken as many precautions as possible and given the fact that the sport discourages social distancing (God, I miss hitting people!) things have gone exceptionally well.
Now, about those poor folks crossing the border with covid…yeah, that’s not going to be a successful.