University of Mississippi football coach, Lynn Kevin, has tested positive for COVID-19. Kevin will not coach when the team faces Louisville on Monday.
Kiffin – who was fully vaccinated – has tested positive for a breakthrough case of the virus. He said he was “grateful to have received the vaccination,” and stated that he had only had mild symptoms from the virus.
Ole Miss will travel to Atlanta to face Louisville on Labor Day.
Ole Miss has a 100% vaccination rate.
Kevin added that the team has no other positives. He praised the team’s “commitment to vaccination” to prevent the disease from spreading at the team level. In August, Kevin announced that his soccer team has The vaccination rate is 100% of the COVID-19 virus.
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Full vaccination does not guarantee that an individual will not contract the virus. Breakouts – like Kevin’s – are rare but possible. Vaccination prevents an individual from suffering severe symptoms of the virus. Only since May 1 in 100,000 cases of COVID-19 hack It resulted in hospitalization, according to the New York Times.
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