Vikings’ Dakota Dozier Hospitalized With COVID-19 Complications


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Vikings' Dakota Dozier Hospitalized With COVID-19 Complications

The offensive lineman, who is vaccinated, remains stable in the hospital while the team tests 29 people within the organization

A player of the Minnesota Vikings who is vaccinated was hospitalized on Tuesday after he had trouble breathing thanks to the COVID-19, reported the head coach Mike zimmer this Wednesday.

According to a source, the player is the offensive guard Dakota dozier, who was added to the reservation list / COVID-19 The last friday.

It is in stable condition now, according to Zimmer, but remains hospitalized.

“It’s serious, so, I don’t know,” he said. Zimmer. “About 29 guys are being tested for close contact, including me. Just doing what we do.”

When asked if it was a player’s reaction to the vaccine (booster) or COVID-19, Zimmer said, “No, it was COVID. I’m not a doctor, but it was pneumonia from COVID or something, he was having trouble breathing. “

The Vikings they have five players in the reservation list / COVID-19, including the incumbent center Garrett bradbury and to the safety holder Harrison smith, who was added to the list 90 minutes before last Sunday’s 34-31 loss to the Baltimore Ravens after testing positive. The Vikings they are operating under the league’s intensive protocols, which means further testing across the entire team to contain the outbreak.


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