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The NBA is currently allowing fully vaccinated scouts to travel abroad, ESPN reported on Monday.
Staff of the US-based group has been banned from participating in international reconnaissance trips since October 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a federation memorandum obtained by ESPN, the NBA is lifting restrictions on employees who are vaccinated “as long as they comply with all applicable government regulations.” That includes quarantine requirements, adherence to social distancing guidelines, and compliance with NBA health and safety protocols.
Staff are considered to have been fully immunized seven days after receiving their second dose Pfizer (NYSE 🙂 or Modern (NASDAQ 🙂 vaccine, or 14 days after receiving Johnson & Johnson vaccine (NYSE 🙂 single dose.
According to the report, employees will be allowed to attend international games or practices open to the public or all 30 teams will have equal access.
The draft NBA 2021 takes place on July 29. A draft mix is scheduled from June 21 to 27.
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