Yankees manager Aaron Boone was concerned about the possible impact on his line-up because players who have not been vaccinated against the corona virus will not be able to travel to Canada to face the Blue Jays in Toronto.
The Canadian government requires that a second dose of the Covit-19 vaccine – or a single dose in the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine – be received at least 14 days before entering the country.
“It will be interesting to see how that situation develops,” Boone said Sunday. Anxiety “.
The Yankees will make their first visit to Toronto for a three-game series starting May 2 against AL East rivals.
“As a result of such government regulation, the parties agree that any player who is unable or ineligible to play a game (or games) of the season due to his / her immunization status is ineligible for a place in his / her vaccination status. Roster. To be added to the list … When the right to pay or the Major League Baseball season ticket service is not available, “according to a letter from the Deputy Legal Adviser to Major League Baseball Senior Vice President Patrick Houlihan sent by Matt Nassbaum of the Players’ Association, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press.
The letter states that the agreement regarding non-vaccinated soldiers and travel to Canada will be at the end of the 2022 campaign.
“It’s a personal decision,” Boone said. “Now, if it becomes an issue, I have to discuss it with the players. But in the end I see it as a personal decision. I understand that it has become a matter. The issue that divides us as a nation in the world.”
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