Beyond MoCo: Washington Football Team Among Teams With Lowest COVID-19 Vaccination Rates
The Associated Press reported Friday that the Washington Football Team, along with the Indianapolis Colts, “had the two lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates among the 32 teams in the league, according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the league hasn’t released the numbers, which are changing daily.”
Both Washington and Indianapolis teams are reported to have under 50% of their team members vaccinated.
The AP report also says that Pittsburgh, Miami, Carolina and Denver are the teams with the highest vaccination rates and are among 10 of the teams in the league that have achieved at least an 85% vaccination rate.
In other Washington Football Team news, Team president Jason Wright told The Washington Post last week that the team will continue to use the “Football Team” name for the 2021 season and will be debuting it’s new name in 2022.
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