COVID-19 vaccination rates across MLB are slowing as expected given the length of shots available to adults across the United States, but the League and MLB Players Association are associated with the completion of an uninterrupted season. Therefore, we continue to provide positive and up-to-date information.
MLB and MLBPA announced on Friday Twenty-two clubs have reached the 85% coronavirus vaccination threshold among Tier 1 individuals, including players, managers, coaches, trainers, and other important employees in direct contact with players. 20 clubs With 85% vaccination mark This allows you to loosen certain health and safety protocols at this time of last week.
In addition, 83.7% of all Tier 1 employees are considered to have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 since 82.9% last Friday.
Last week, only one new MLB player and one staff member were positive for the virus. One MLB player and one Triple A player scored positive results in the previous test round.
Unvaccinated players or other personnel who test positive for COVID-19 must be quarantined for a minimum of 10 days before being cleared to return to team activity.
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Currently, 22 MLB clubs have reached 85% vaccination standards
https://www.yardbarker.com/mlb/articles/22_mlb_clubs_now_at_85_vaccination_threshold_for_relaxed_covid_19_protocols/s1_13132_35133719 Currently, 22 MLB clubs have reached 85% vaccination standards