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Virginia Athletics reported four positive COVID-19 test results Monday out of 651 tests administered to student-athletes and staff between Nov. 23 and Nov. 29. This week’s 0.6 percent positivity rate marks a step backward for Virginia Athletics, which had experienced zero positive test results over the past two weeks. However, the number of positive COVID-19 test results is still much lower than the early weeks of the fall semester when weekly positive cases reached a peak of 22.
Virginia Athletics reported zero positive COVID-19 test results Monday out of 1,135 tests administered to student-athletes and staff between Nov. 9 and Nov. 15. The total positivity rate of the athletic department since athletes began returning to Grounds July 5 is now 0.8 percent.
Virginia Athletics reported just one positive COVID-19 test result Monday out of 736 tests administered to student-athletes and staff between Nov. 2 and Nov. 8. This resulted in a positivity rate of 0.1 percent. The total positivity rate of student-athletes since they returned to Grounds July 5 is now 0.9 percent.
From the Black Lives Matter movement to kneeling during the national anthem to protests over the gender wage gap, it’d be easy to label this era as a time when sports and politics are more interwoven than ever. This theory is supported by players, teams and now even the president rejecting ceremonial White House trips, controversy regarding players and owners commenting on foreign affairs, and teams choosing to stage walkouts during important games. However, it is an idea that Bonnie Hagerman, assistant professor of women, gender and sexuality, rejects.
Virginia Athletics reported just two positive COVID-19 test results Monday after 985 tests were administered to student-athletes and staff between Oct. 19 and Oct. 25, yielding a 0.2 percent positivity rate. The total positivity rate of student-athletes since they returned to Grounds on July 5 is now 1 percent.