FOX4: Chiefs-Patriots game ruled safe to play after COVID-19 cases postpone game

October 6, 2020

After players on both the Chiefs and Patriots tested positive for COVID-19, the NFL ruled it was safe to play Monday night after testing all players multiple times.

FOX4 talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, infectious disease physician with Saint Luke's, about what a negative test means and if there is any risk of infection to the players.

Watch the full story below.

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