Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid has recovered from a stint fighting COVID-19.
In a statement to CTV News Tuesday, Oilers senior vice president Tim Shipton said McDavid is doing well.
“He’s feeling well, fully recovered. He’s taking all the precautions, of course,” Shipton said.”(McDavid) went into the 14-day quarantine to take care of himself and his loved ones, and of course the folks that he’s training with.”
The Oilers announced on Oct. 5 that McDavid had been diagnosed with COVID-19 and was self-quarantining at home. Throughtout the illness, Shipton said McDavid was feeling well and only experienced mild symptoms.
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