The PGA Tour stopped the Covid-19 screening procedure at its affiliated events and announced new points in the epidemic prevention barrier.

“Due to the current high rate of vaccination on the PGA Tour, along with positive developments in the US, we have discussed with our medical advisors and are pleased to announce the suspension of the requirement for Covid-19 testing for Covid-19 patients. with participants, starting at 3M Open”, Golf Digest on June 28 quoted Tyler Dennis – Vice President of Competition – in an internal memo.

Golfers attending the PGA Tour are still required to make daily medical declarations, but are not required to take a Covid-19 test from the 3M Open at the end of next month.  Photo: Golf Digest

Golfers attending the PGA Tour are still required to make daily medical declarations, but are not required to take a Covid-19 test from the 3M Open at the end of next month. Image: Golf Digest

And according to this document, the items that are no longer valid in the PGA Tour’s epidemic prevention program include the requirement to test first at home, at the weekly match point, in pro-am content. and allowances for positive members who have to leave the league for isolation. The 3M Open kicks off on July 22 in Minnesota.

The PGA Tour does not disclose the number of members and related individuals who have been vaccinated. Their spokesman also declined to disclose injection rates. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 66% of adult citizens have received at least one dose.

During the tournament, individuals who come into contact with the source of the disease but have not been vaccinated will become the subject of tracing. This does not apply to people who have been vaccinated and certified.

Despite removing the screening procedure at the match point, the PGA Tour still has a medical team ready to test people with typical symptoms, and requires individuals participating in the tournament to make a medical declaration every day. Particularly, the second-class division system – Korn Ferry Tour – continues to be screened at the event.

Due to Covid-19, PGA Tour closed the arena on March 13, 2020, rematched and deployed epidemic prevention barriers from June 11 of the same year. To date, they have found more than 25 golfers positive, including big names like Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson who are ranked No. 1 and 2 in the world respectively (OWGR table), Tony Finau, Adam Scott, Gary Woodland and Padraig Harrington. However, the number of infected players did not seriously change or be hospitalized.

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