Report: Lightning reopen facilities after positive tests forced closure
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The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-opened their facilities to players for voluntary Phase 2 workouts, according to Sportsnet's Chris Johnston.

The Bolts closed their facilities on June 19 after unnamed players and staff members tested positive for COVID-19.

Florida is considered a coronavirus hotbed. It reported 5,508 new cases overnight, bringing the total to 109,014, according to CNBC, citing data published by the state's health department.

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Report: Lightning reopen facilities after positive tests forced closure
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