NFL star opts out of season after treating COVID-19 patients, CBS News

NFL star opts out of season after treating COVID-19 patients

“At some point, you realize ‘I’m privileged.’ You know? I still have a job,” he told CBS News’ Dana Jacobson. “I’m well, my family is safe. So then you start…

Kansas City Chiefs lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tarif, who spent nine weeks in the off-season helping care for medical patients at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, will not be returning for the 2020 season, after spending .The football star graduated from McGill University Medical School in 2018, after getting the green light from the university and the Chiefs to follow a four year curriculum doing four months of study while playing professional football.”When I walked on that stage in 2018 and got the MD, it was one of the best moments of my life,” he said. When the coronavirus pandemic caught the world off-guard, Duvernay-Tarif said he was “frustrated.”Like the rest of his team, Duvernay-Tarif was in the midst of celebrating the Chiefs’

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