After contracting COVID-19, Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly returned to the team on Friday in time for their three-game series against the Chicago Cubs. Mattingly, who has received all of his vaccinations, tested positive last month and has been out of the squad for two weeks.
After battling COVID-19, Marlins manager Don Mattingly said, “I’m pleased I was inoculated.”
He missed a total of 12 games. The 60-year-old said he wasn’t shocked that he tested positive for the coronavirus because he “felt a little strange” when he woke up on July 31. Mattingly tested positive later that day after taking his temperature and recognizing he had a fever.
‘I was delighted I was vaccinated,’ Mattingly says.According to The New York Times, Mattingly received his immunizations in April
and is one of around half of Floridians who have been fully immunized as of Friday night. That is in line with the national norm, with nearly half of all Americans now completely vaccinated, but 22 states have immunized a higher percentage of their residents. However, Florida is coping with the country’s second-worst infestation, trailing only Louisiana. The state is averaging over 21,000 new cases each day, significantly more than any other state in the country and an all-time record, and roughly 99 cases per 100,000 people. Despite the fact that he contracted the coronavirus, Mattingly was grateful that he had been immunized previously.
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