News COVID-19: still no issue in major baseball

COVID-19: still no issue in major baseball

Major League Baseball and its Players Association announced on Friday that there had been no positive COVID-19 cases in the home circuit in the last 54 days.

More than 3,500 tests have been done in the last major league exam, since October 22.

There have also been no new positive cases in 62 of the last 63 days.

Major League Baseball is currently in the home leg of the 2020 season, when the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays meet in the World Series.

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