Those who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus face fewer restrictions on North American basketball (NBA) players.
The league and the basketball union reached an agreement on Wednesday that, 14 days after the second vaccination, athletes can visit their families, take attendants to the game, and sit down on the terrace of the restaurant. Contacts no longer need to be quarantined, no tests are conducted on holidays, and there is no need to wear masks when discussing with groups receiving appropriate vaccinations.
Once 85% of the frames of the club or employees are vaccinated, these rules will automatically be applied to the entire frame.
According to current regulations, basketball players can only leave the hotel room during competitions and long-distance travel training.
There are no definitive data on how many NBA vaccinators have been vaccinated.