KMBC: Health officials explain COVID risk to Chiefs after Patriots defender tests positive

October 8, 2020

After Patriots defensive back Stephone Gilmore tested positive for COVID-19, Chiefs fans are wondering what this means for star quarterback Patrick Mahomes following an embrace with a player after the game.

KMBC talked to Dr. Marc Larsen, Director of Operations for Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team, about why other players may be at higher risk.

Watch the full story below.

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