U WNBA announced Monday that a surprising 99% of its players are considered completely vaccinated against coronavirus.
“All 12 teams met the limit to be considered as a fully vaccinated team,” the Association added in its brief statement.
No players have tested positive for the virus since the regular season began on May 14. Mechelle Voepel of ESPN, Cheyenne Parker of the Atlanta Dream missed the first six games of the campaign due to positive tests for COVID-19 before the season began.
The WNBA held the 2020 season in a bubble site at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, because of the health crisis, but playing in competitions in the market arena this summer.