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Warriors’ Green says not his place to inform crew mate to get vaccinated

Oct 1 (Reuters) – Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green stated it isn’t his place to persuade crew mate Andrew Wiggins to take a COVID-19 shot and described the talk surrounding vaccinated and unvaccinated gamers as a “political war”.

Reports within the U.S. media stated 95% of gamers within the league have had not less than one shot. Unvaccinated gamers should adjust to a prolonged listing of restrictions to play this season. learn extra

The NBA final month denied Wiggins’ request for a non secular exemption from the vaccine.

Green stated he was not ready to talk to Wiggins in regards to the shot and that it was private problem for him and his household.

“We’re dealing with something that to me feels like has turned into a political war when you’re talking about vaccinated and non-vaccinated,” added Green.

“I think it’s become very political.”

The 2021-2022 season will start on Oct. 19 regardless of considerations over the contagious delta variant of the novel coronavirus that has hit those that are unvaccinated notably onerous.

Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter Rutherford

Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Basketball - Men - Gold medal match - France v United States - Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Japan - August 7, 2021. Draymond Green of the United States celebrates after winning the gold medal match against France as he waves the United States flag REUTERS/Sergio Perez