Less than a month before the start of the regular phase, controversy over vaccines against Covid-19 has dominated the NBA, the North American basketball championship, with Kyrie Irving being the most popular case. The Brooklyn Nets captain has announced that he won’t be vaccinated, which means he won’t be able to play in Nets home games due to rules enforced by New York City.
This Tuesday, Michael Jordan gave an interview to Today, where he revealed his compliance with the penalties for those who refuse to be vaccinated. Regarded as one of the best sports ever, current owner Charlotte Hornets have appealed to those who refuse to be vaccinated.
“I am in tune with the league and with everyone, I think, in this vaccine. I am a big believer in science and will continue to do so. I hope the NBA makes the rules and everyone sticks to it. Once everyone decides to get vaccinated, we will all be on the Alright,” he shot.
Last February, Michael Jordan donated $10 million to help build two family clinics in North Carolina. Since then, these institutions have served as major vaccination centers in the home of the former Chicago Bulls base.
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