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Sport Coronavirus: NFL coach of the Philadelphia Eagles infected

05:25  03 august  2020
05:25  03 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Doug Pederson ist seit Januar 2016 Cheftrainer der Eagles. © Andrew Harnik / AP / dpa Doug Pederson has been head coach of the Eagles since January 2016.

The head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles has been infected with the corona virus, according to several US media. The 52-year-old Doug Pederson informed his NFL team of this on Sunday evening (local time).

He has no symptoms of an illness. Pederson has been the Eagles' head coach since January 2016, winning the team's first and only victory in the National Football League Super Bowl in 2017.

As of March, Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints had been infected with the virus by the head coaches in the NFL. According to the NFLPA player union, a total of 107 NFL professionals have been infected in the past few weeks. Since the start of the training camp a few days ago, there have been 21 positive tests on players.

Additional Marlins player tests positive for COVID-19 .
Another Marlins player has tested positive for COVID-19 infection. His identity is not known at this time. © Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports Another Marlins player has tested positive for COVID-19 infection. His ident It’s not altogether surprising to see additional positive tests arising, given the incubation period of the disease and multiple potential chains of transmission. In this case, Rosenthal says, contract tracing efforts had already identified the particular player as likely to have been exposed. That doesn’t change the gravity of the situation.

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