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Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora has tested positive for COVID-19 and will have to sit out Thursday night’s game against the Blue Jays.
According to the MLB report, Cora was vaccinated and received her booster.
Cora will not be allowed to test his way to the bench until he passes a two-day window, mandated by MLB health and safety protocols, without showing any symptoms.
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The team announced Cora’s positive diagnosis on Thursday, adding that the 46-year-old was suffering from mild symptoms.
RED SOX MISSING SEVERAL UNVACCINED PLAYERS IN TORONTO, SAYS MANAGER ALEX CORA
MLB personnel are not regularly tested; however, if symptomatic, a player or coach will need to verify a negative COVID result to enter the field.
MLB requires unvaccinated players to sit out for five days.
Bench coach Will Venable will serve as interim Red Sox manager.
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As relayed by the announcement, “Kevin Plawecki and two staff members tested positive ahead of Monday’s Patriots Day game against the Twins. Plawecki, who is vaccinated, would be making good progress, and Cora hasn’t not ruled out that the receiver will get activated in the next few days.”
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