Today, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball players association announced the second set of COVID-19 results conducted under MLB’s COVID-19 health and Monitoring & Testing Plan. This testing is being conducted during Spring Training.
Here the results:
Weekly Intake Testing: Nine hundred tests were conducted, with three new positive tests, a 0.3% positivity rate.
Weekly Monitoring Testing: 13,208 tests were conducted, with five new positive tests; a 0.04% positivity rate.
Total testing to Date: 20,742 tests were conducted, with 20 total positive tests; a 0.1% positivity rate. Fourteen different teams have had a Covered Individual positive test since the start of Intake Screening.
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