In recent days, various images have emerged in which it has been seen that The Houston Astros have relaxed their measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19) because a large percentage of their players and their staff are already vaccinated. As part of the measures that have been eliminated during MLB games is the use of masks in the team’s dugout, a rule that in past weeks was mandatory.
Houston Astros are already relaxing their measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the players and team staff no longer use masks or face masks when they are in the dugout during the games of the 2021 Season.
Major League Baseball (MLB) reported almost at the beginning of this campaign that teams could relax the measures implemented to prevent the spread of this new virus once at least 85% of the elements have completed the vaccination process.
The state of Texas is one of the most advanced in the application of vaccines against the coronavirus (COVID-19), a situation that has been beneficial for both fans and the teams that reside in it.
Weeks ago, elements such as José Altuve and Martín Maldonado had tested positive for this virus but fortunately they were able to come out of the disease and return to activities.
The Houston Astros are second in the AL West with an 18-17 win-loss record, behind the ninth-ranked Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners.