At least 5 Yankees coaches test positive for COVID-19 

At least 5 Yankees coaches test positive for COVID-19 

Yankees reveal 3B coach Phil Nevin has checked favorable for covid, calling it a “breakthrough favorable” and noting that Nevin is fully vaccinated. Nevin got the J&J shot throughout spring training.
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New york city is currently 18-16 with a 7-7 away record. Fingers crossed, the circumstance is not as serious as it seems and Nevin makes a full healing.

The group said in a declaration that Nevin is completely vaccinated and under quarantine and protocols in Tampa, Florida, and he is going through contact tracing and additional screening. The Yankees are set up to play their series opener versus the Tampa Bay Rays at 7 p.m. ET, and the video game is anticipated to go on, as no gamers have actually been impacted. Bench coach Carlos Mendoza will replace Nevin to coach 3rd base.
5 New York Yankees coaches contract COVID-19.
The news follows the Yankees reached the 85 percent vaccination limit a couple of weeks back. The MLB had preciously incentivized groups to get vaccinated to reach “Tier 1,” which would unwind COVID-19 constraints for gamers, coaches, and all other personnel. For instance, “Tier 1” people would not have to use masks in the dugout or bullpen and can be exempt from the leagues weekly testing.

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New york city Yankees coach Phil Nevin has evaluated favorable for COVID-19.
At the time of this writing, Yankees 3rd base coach Phil Nevin has evaluated favorable for COVID-19.

The Yankees are set up to play their series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays at 7 p.m. ET, and the video game is expected to go on, as no players have actually been impacted. Bench coach Carlos Mendoza will replace Nevin to coach 3rd base.
The news comes after the Yankees reached the 85 percent vaccination threshold a few weeks ago.