COVID-19 issues hit Minnesota Vikings’ camp

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The debate over COVID-19 and vaccinations rages on in the world and NFL.

The disease has taken hold in Minnesota Vikings camp and it has hit the team’s quarterback room.

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“Due to the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 protocols, multiple players will be held out of tonight’s practice inside TCO Stadium,” the team said in a statement on Saturday.

Rookie quarterback Kellen Monds tested positive for COVID-19 and Kirk Cousins and Nate Stanley were designated as close contacts. NFL Media reported that Cousins, the starting quarterback, is a “high-risk” contact.

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The only one to escape isolation was Jake Browning, who is vaccinated.

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