PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Phillies said on Monday there were no new positive tests as a result of Sunday's COVID-19 testing.
The team will head to New York to face the Yankees at 7:05 p.m.
This comes after a weekend announcement from Major League Baseball that the Phillies' last two positive COVID-19 tests - from a coach and clubhouse attendant - were false positives.
The team was permitted to access Citizens Bank Park for staggered workouts beginning Saturday.
Concerns about COVID-19 among the Phillies arose after the Miami Marlins visited Philadelphia July 24 through July 26 while several members of the Marlins were positive for COVID-19.
The Marlins have since had 21 positive tests in their organization since then.
Every Phillies game set for last week, including series against the Yankees and Blue Jays, were postponed.
Phillies: No new positive tests, team will resume schedule in New York tonight
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