Discussion in 'Covid Zone' started by Aviano90, Oct 12, 2021 at 11:29 AM.
Oh, I thought you were talking about the vaccine and whatnot.
Ok the entire team! The entire team has no real choice.
Such a tough choice, too. How does one decide what to do when medical experts say one thing and Facebook says another?
Does the mandate say anything about antibodies or does science and medical experts not apply in that regard?
They don't have to let him play, but they're probably going to have to pay him for the games he can play for as long as he's a member of the team.
He's got a union and a contract. They're paying him for his road games, trust me.
Its an NYC mandate
Do medical “experts” say the vaccine stops the spread of the virus?
Do medical experts still believe in natural immunity if you had the disease?
You know it’s the city of NY banning him for home games right? Not the nba. He was still eligible to play road games, and the team chose they cannot have a part time player.
Laughing at players and staff around the league, for potentially getting sick, is also pretty low brow.
But only for home teams.
So, if Kyrie played for Miami, for example, he could play in NYC as a visiting player.
Makes no sense in that regard.
In New York, beginning on Sept. 13, anyone over the age of 12 won't be allowed to enter "certain covered premises" inside the city -- including Barclays Center, home of the Nets, Madison Square Garden, home of the Knicks, as well as any other indoor gym or fitness setting -- without providing proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless there is an approved medical or religious exemption for them not doing so.
In San Francisco, beginning Oct. 13, everyone over the age of 12 must show proof of being fully vaccinated before entering any large-scale event -- including NBA games at Chase Center -- as well as any indoor gyms or other fitness facilities, again unless there is an approved medical or religious exemption for them not doing so.
These laws apply only to players on the Knicks, Nets and Warriors and not to members of visiting teams coming to play those clubs. The reason for that is the laws in both New York City and San Francisco have exemptions for out-of-town teams coming to those cities to play games. Those exemptions, however, do not exist for the home teams in those cities.
But they shouldn’t get sick, they have the vaccine.
Also, the NBA should stick up for their players. But they won’t.
What's sad is how so many don't even realize the extremely dangerous ground we're treading on. Whodathunk that all they had to do to remove our basic freedoms was to scare us?
That is beyond stupid. How can anyone with a straight face say this is about reducing COVID-19 transmission when there are loopholes like this?
what basic freedoms? you do realize companies have always had the ability to compel people to do things under the threat of being fired if they don't comply and that governments have always been able to regulate companies?
The part that amazes me is how many will so volunteerily give away those freedoms without a second thought. They are too ignorant to realize the precedence they are setting. Shifting baseline syndrome, it's real and it's tragic.
HIPPA, for one.
It's OK to be on one side and not consider anything else. Lots are doing it.
You really are comparing apples to oranges. "Show me your papers," yeah its always been that way. Smh
When your agenda is your primary driving force, you simply cannot see anything outside it.
Why do you people keep saying stuff like that? The vaccine isn’t perfect. We know that. That’s why more people should get it.
They won’t understand until they are forced to do something they disagree with. That day will
come sooner rather than later. It will already be too late by then though. I fear it is already too late now. All these current issues that have approval ratings dropping like a rock aren’t due to incompetence, as many people believe. Things are going according to plan.
Like when the government passed seatbelt laws.