NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New Jersey and Connecticut are among the states that have reached an agreement to suspend interstate youth hockey among public and private schools through at least the end of the year.
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“As case numbers increase in many states across the country, it is critical that neighboring states coordinate a regional approach to limit further community spread of the virus,” the governors said, adding, “As public health data continues to evolve, the states will reassess the need for continued restrictions on interstate sports activities.”Gabby Petito Search: Video Shows Couple Questioned About Physical Altercation In Utah, Fiancé Told Police Road Trip Created 'Emotional Strain'
Competition will be suspended effective Saturday “through at minimum” Dec. 31.
The order will not impact college, professional, or U.S. National Team activities.
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