Thirty-seven professional American Football League players contracted Covid-19 on Monday, ESPN reported, the NFL’s most positive cases in a single day since the start of the pandemic.
Two Los Angeles Rams players, defenseman Jalen Ramsey and forward Tyler Higby, were among those who tested positive and were therefore expected to miss the night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Other players who have contracted the coronavirus include Miami Dolphins running back Phillip Lindsay, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cedric Wilson and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Josh Gordon.
The league’s official body, the NFL Network, has reported that an employee of the Washington team has tested positive for the Omicron variant. This is the first case in the league. This employee says “level 3“There is, in principle, no contact with the team’s players, coaches or staff.
As of November 17, more than 94% of NFL players have been vaccinated, and nearly 100% of league employees have also been vaccinated.
According to NFL rules, people who have not been vaccinated and tested positive for COVID-19 must be isolated for 10 days away from club facilities. Fully vaccinated individuals can return to team facilities if they return two consecutive negative PCR tests, at least 24 hours apart, and are asymptomatic for 48 hours.
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