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Entertainment NFL: Star quarterback Jackson has been positive on Corona

00:15  29 july  2021
00:15  29 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

also had to present in Iceland Corona-Test

 also had to present in Iceland Corona-Test When entering Iceland, vaccinated and recent tourists must also provide a negative corona test in the future. As the Icelandic government announced on 19 July, the measure will enter into force at the start of the coming week. From then you have to submit a PCR or quick test that is at most 72 hours old. © Steffen TRUMPF / DPA / Archive If you want to travel to Iceland, you must also prove a negative corona test as a vaccinated or greeting.

The Baltimore Ravens opened training camp Wednesday without star quarterback Lamar Jackson , who tested positive for Covid-19, according to head coach John Harbaugh.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Thursday. The Ravens’ star starting quarterback would be the ninth player this week to have tested positive and would be the 11th player on the roster in total to be on the Reserve/COVID-19 Third-string quarterback Trace McSorley went on the Reserve/COVID list last week. Other players on the list are : Running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins, defensive tackle Brandon Williams, outside linebacker Pernell McPhee, defensive ends Calais Campbell and Jihad Ward, offensive linemen Matt

Star Quarterback Lamar Jackson by the Baltimore Ravens from the Football Profiliga NFL has been positively tested on the coronavirus. This confirmed Headcoach John Harbaugh on Wednesday. Running Back Gus Edwards also showed a positive test. Both players were now isolated according to the health and safety protocols of the NFL.

Lamar Jackson muss mindestens zehn Tage in Quarantäne © Gregory Shamus Lamar Jackson has to quarantine at least ten days for at least ten days, players will have to spend players in quarantine. Thus, at the earliest one week before the first season preparation game of the franchise against the New Orleans Saints (14 August), they could come back to the team. Jackson, who was chosen in 2019 at the most valuable player of the League (MVP), had already been positively tested in the past season on Corona and had missed a game. in the NFL is currently a vaccine debate. The League had informed the clubs last week that a Corona outbreak under non-vaccinated players of a team would lead to a defeat in a game failure if the encounter can not be made up. This will ensure that the season starting on 9 September can be terminated within the scheduled period.

According to Ravens-Headcoach Harbaugh, 90 percent of the team were vaccinated against the coronavirus. Last week, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodel had informed that a total of 75 percent of the players were vaccinated.

WHO calls for Stop Corona Drittings .
Wealthier countries should for the time being on so-called booster vaccinations. For WHO chief Tedros, this is an act of solidarity with poorer countries, in which so far only very few people could be vaccinated. © Jaber Abdulkhaleg / AA / Picture Alliance Provided by Deutsche Wave at least until the end of September should be dispensed with "Booster" or refresh vaccinations against a corona infection, according to the appeal of WHO General Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

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