Sport Report: NBA players won’t have vaccine mandate
Masks burnt outside Florida board meeting; board passes final budget
Far fewer people arrived to speak at the meeting, which was the board's final budget hearing. Masks were not on the agendaOutside the meeting at the Brevard County Public School headquarters in Viera, Florida, one group of protesters gathered to burn masks, while another group of anti-mask mandate activists held a separate prayer vigil.
, approximately 90% of NBA players were vaccinated.
The other 10% or so – presumably includingand – won’t be required by the league to do so.
NBA players will not be mandated to get vaccinated against COVID-19, league sources tell ESPN.
Unvaccinated people are more likely to contract coronavirus. They’re more likely to have severe health outcomes if they contract coronavirus. They’re more likely to spread coronavirus.
Therefore, unvaccinated players will face additional restrictions.
NBA proposes new set of strict rules for unvaccinated players
ESPN has obtained a memo from the NBA that proposes stringent protocols for the upcoming season for players who are not vaccinated against COVID-19. The memo states that unvaccinated players "will have lockers as far away as possible from their vaccinated teammates and will have to eat, fly, and ride buses in different sections." Unvaccinated players will also be subject to testing on practice days as well as game days and could be potentially be checked twice ahead of games. Other bullet points, as mentioned above, regarding the limited contact unvaccinated players can have with their inoculated teammates.
Local government regulations(a complication for Wiggins) from playing home games. The league is also reportedly requiring unvaccinated players to .
But – through the resolve of their union – players can choose to accept those burdens rather than get a highly effective and free shot.
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As districts insist on vaccines, some teachers push back .
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Some of the biggest school systems in the U.S. are taking a hard line with teachers and staff members who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19: Get a jab or lose your job. Most teachers already are vaccinated, and national teachers' unions have endorsed vaccine mandates, but the policies have sparked protests from educators and, in some cases, pushback from local district leaders who fear large numbers of departures. InMost teachers already are vaccinated, and national teachers' unions have endorsed vaccine mandates, but the policies have sparked protests from educators and, in some cases, pushback from local district leaders who fear large numbers of departures.