Linval Joseph is fourth Chargers player to test positive for COVID-19


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Linval Joseph is fourth Chargers player to test positive for COVID-19

The defensive lineman missed last Sunday’s match due to an injury, and will miss the next match due to COVID-19 protocols as he was not vaccinated

COSTA MESA – The defensive tackle of Los Angeles Chargers, Linval Joseph, was incorporated into the protocols of COVID-19 of the NFL Monday after testing positive for the disease.

He is the fifth defensive player of the Chargers that tests positive or is placed on the list of COVID-19 from close contact in the last two weeks.

Joseph missed Sunday’s 41-37 victory over the Pittsburgh steelers due to a shoulder injury, and will be out for this week’s match against the Denver Broncos because you are not vaccinated against COVID-19. Players must miss at least 10 days of activity if they are not vaccinated after a positive test.

Defensive linemen Jerry tillery and Christian covington they are still on the protocols after testing positive for the virus last week. Linebackers Drue Tranquill, who was added to the list on November 11, and Joey bosa were activated prior to the match against Pittsburgh.

Bosa had close contact with someone infected and is not vaccinated. He tested negative for the virus for five days in a row.

“I have been taking care of myself and I have taken the necessary measures not to contract it,” he said. Bosa. “I am not very worried about it. I hope nothing happens. But I think that as long as I follow the rules and do what is necessary, I don’t have to worry. “


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