The NFL’s health officials touted their success in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Allen Sills, the NFL’s chief medical officer, said only one person was hospitalized for COVID-19 this season out of the league’s over 7,000 players, coaches and staff. He attributed that to the 95% of players and almost all staff who received at least two doses of the vaccine.
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