WNBA says 99 percent of players fully vaccinated

Since the WNBA season began on May 14, no players have tested positive for COVID-19.

REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE: All 12 teams in the league are fully vaccinates.   -  Getty Images

The WNBA announced on Monday that 99 percent of its players are fully vaccinated.

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Since the season began on May 14, no players have tested positive for COVID-19. All 12 teams in the league have reached the threshold for being considered a fully vaccinated team.

The 2021 regular season runs through September 19, including a break from July 12 to August 11 for the Tokyo Olympics.

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