COVID Sidelines 'Voice Of The Chiefs' Mitch Holthus Amid EPIC 500+ Game Streak

Under the radar and despite politically charged denials . . . Pandemic season has returned and impacts one of Kansas City's most beloved broadcasters. 

Here's the report . . .

Mitch Holthus stated on Twitter he tested positive for COVID-19 early on Friday morning. There were efforts to try and get him to broadcast the game with a studio setup, but those efforts fell short.

He has been the voice of the Chiefs since 1994 and is the longest-tenured radio broadcaster in franchise history.

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