MLB Sets Vaccination Threshold for Return to Normal

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Major League Baseball has its sights on returning to normal operations, but the league is emphasizing that lifting restrictions is contingent on ensuring that a significant portion of players on the field are vaccinated.

MLB released a memo Monday explaining that most virus protocols currently in place could be dropped once 85 percent of all players and essential staff have received a vaccine.

In the memo, which was reported by the Associated Press, MLB stated that “all players and staff are strongly encouraged to receive one of the approved COVID-19 vaccines when eligible.”

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