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Denver Broncos Spray Players With Disinfectant

The Broncos are spraying players with a disinfectant that protects from COVID-19 by killing microbes and pathogens instantly.

The Denver Broncos appear to have taken the idea of spraying disinfectant to a new level.

We’ve all heard the terms, “Mask Up” and “Six Feet Apart” over and over again through the current coronavirus pandemic. Have you heard of being sprayed down with disinfectant?

Teams around the National Football League have returned to practice while practicing many new health and safety guidelines. The Broncos posted footage of their new “misting booth” which sprays a disinfectant on players to and from practice, hoping to kill the COVID virus.

The spray helps protect the players from COVID-19 by killing microbes and pathogens instantly. The spray is non-toxic.

The Broncos have not been immune to the virus. This off-season, star linebacker Von Miller tested positive for coronavirus. Miller considered opting out of the season, like many other NFL players have. He has however so far been participating in team practices.

Several other players and coaches around the league have tested positive at one time or another, including most recently, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson.

Miller has become a leader of sorts in the locker room through the pandemic. Having gone through a positive test and quarantine, he has been able to answer the many questions from teammates as the entire NFL continues to figure out ways to stay safe and get back on the field.

The 2020 NFL season is scheduled to begin on time, September 10. Double G Sports continues to track which players have opted out. The league has set a deadline of Thursday, August 6 at 4pm for players to opt out.

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