The vaccination campaign in the United States started about 50% of the total population with at least one dose, but also The NBA wants to do its part. The first to move in this direction is Milwaukee BucksWhich, on the occasion of the internal challenge of the Brooklyn Nets network to be held on Sunday, announced, in cooperation with the local health department, All fans over the age of 16 can get the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19. Those who wish to get vaccinated can on the mobile site created on the Fiserv forum, and schedule a second dose with existing health professionals. “We strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinatedTeam leader Peter Vigen said. “We are excited to partner with the Ministry of Health in order to Giving your fans a simple and convenient opportunity to get vaccinated. It is a critical time for all of us and we must take the necessary steps to return to normalcy. “
Silver: “70% of players have received at least one dose.”
If the fans return little by little to take their seats in the stands, even within the teams, a return to normal life is sought. authorized Adam Silver, In an interview with TIME magazine after NBA has been named one of the 100 most influential companies in the world, It was revealed that more than 70% of NBA players had received at least the first dose of the vaccine. Important news after that in February, both a player and an anonymous agent expressed suspicion that most of the players wanted to get vaccinated during the season. Doubts dispelled by Zahir, the League’s CommissionerWho stressed the method of vaccination – which was not imposed on the players or their union – It encouraged both as an example for the population and with broader concessions, Such as visits by family members during business trips or the ability to go to restaurants that are open according to local regulations.
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