With vaccination efforts continuing to rise across the country, several eligible NBA players have received an initial dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said in March that changes to the league’s health and safety protocols would be in store for those who decide to get the vaccine.
— Minnesota Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) April 6, 2021
Another step in the right direction.
COVID-19 vaccines are now available to 𝐄𝐕𝐄𝐑𝐘𝐎𝐍𝐄 16 years and older in OK, and today @OUHealth began distribution to our team!
— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) March 30, 2021
— Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) March 29, 2021
— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) March 19, 2021
I got my vaccine 💉 today.
I can't live in fear of infecting someone else and the people I love. The best protection is vaccine and the fastest way to get back to normal. #HaveYourOpinion #MakeYourMove pic.twitter.com/qpbZFUT6cR
— Jusuf Nurkić (@bosnianbeast27) March 22, 2021
At the State Farm Arena I was grateful to receive the first dose of the COVID vaccine. In this critical time it is important to believe in the benefits of the vaccine and protect all of our love ones. I look forward to the second dosage and to a new chapter of our life. pic.twitter.com/hg2XxGsJGS
— DANILO GALLINARI (@gallinari8888) March 19, 2021
NBA SVP of Medical Affairs @sirleemd reviews the data of the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine. For additional vaccine data, visit the CDC’s COVID-19 data tracker at https://t.co/BLAQdn1nnc.
— NBA (@NBA) April 6, 2021
For additional vaccine data, visit the CDC’s COVID-19 data tracker here.