CFL: 95 per cent of players to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 1



The CFL expects 95 per cent of its gamers shall be absolutely vaccinated towards COVID-19 by Dec. 1.

The league stated in an announcement issued Wednesday that determine will embrace gamers having obtained their second dose for not less than 14 days.

The CFL additionally divulged that of the 42,200 assessments carried out with tier 1 personnel (gamers, coaches and soccer operations employees), solely 34 got here again optimistic. That resulted in these people being faraway from crew actions till return-to-play protocols had been met.

One other six optimistic assessments occurred previous to coaching camp with the CFL stating that prevented these people from coming into Canada. The league added 9,500 assessments had been administered over the ultimate 5 weeks of the common season and all had been damaging.

The CFL’s common season concluded Sunday. Earlier this yr, the league had an outbreak that resulted in a single recreation being postponed, then rescheduled earlier than being efficiently accomplished.

“However whereas these numbers are a testomony to diligence and exhausting work, they’re solely regular-season outcomes, and everybody in our league strives for fulfillment within the post-season,” CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie stated within the assertion. “I need to remind everybody to stay vigilant and disciplined as groups march into the playoffs and the Gray Cup.”

The division semifinal video games shall be performed Sunday. The Gray Cup is slated for Dec. 12 in Hamilton.

This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Nov. 25, 2021.

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