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MLB and MLBPA Announce Latest COVID-19 Test Results (Sept 25)

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MLB and MLBPA Announce Latest COVID-19 Test Results (Sept 25)

2020-09-25 15:15:31


-MLB release posted by Daniel Mogollon, Staff Writer; Image: New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom. (Image Source: Al Bello / Getty Images)​

Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association jointly announced today the latest COVID-19 testing results under MLB’s COVID-19 Health Monitoring & Testing Plan, through the end of Thursday, September 24th:


Covered Individuals are now in Monitoring Testing. To date, the results of Monitoring Testing are as follows:

  • The number of monitoring samples collected and tested in the past week was 13,279.
  • 2 of these 13,279 samples, which is 0.02%, were new positives.
  • There were 0 new positives among Major League players in the past week.
  • Among Major League players, there have now been no new positives for 26 consecutive days and in 34 of the last 35 days.
  • The total number of monitoring samples collected and tested has been 140,997.
  • 90 of these 140,997 samples, which is 0.06%, have been new positives.
  • 57 of the 90 positives have been players and 33 have been staff members.
  • 21 different Clubs have had a Covered Individual test positive during Monitoring Testing.

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