Kansas City Chiefs hair stylist tests COVID-19 positive in front of Super Bowl

The stylist for the Kansas City Chiefs tried positive for the Covid on Sunday, his outcomes returning as he was trimming the player’s hair.

The football crew had 20 individuals, including players and staff, at a hairstyling salon Sunday to get hair styles seven days out from them playing in the Super Bowl. During the arrangements, the hair stylist’s Covid test results returned positive, sources told.

Reinforcement focus Daniel Kilgore was in the stylist seat when the test outcomes were returned. The hairdresser and Kilgore were both wearing veils when Kilgore advised the stylist to complete the hair style since he was at that point thought about a nearby contact.

Wide collector Demarcus Robinson and Kilgore were put on the Covid list since they were both viewed as close contacts with the hairdresser. The two of them will in any case be permitted to play in the Super Bowl in the event that they test negative for the infection for five successive days.

The Super Bowl is set to be played on Feb. 7 with the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers going head to head for the title.

Occasion coordinators are permitting restricted fans adding up to around 25,000 because of the pandemic with the CDC chief advising fans not to cheer or holler a lot as a precautionary measure.

All players, mentors and care staff are being tried for COVID-19 twice every day paving the way to the title game.

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