New York City To End Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate For Athletes in US


Eric Adams, mayor of New York City is planning to announce that, the professional athletes and performers working the New York City is no longer going to be required for showing the proof of vaccination against the novel corona virus.

Eric Adams had been openly quarrelled with the supporters of Irving over the broad vaccine mandate of the New York City for the employees of the private companies. This new policy is going to take effect in the coming days that will be allowing the athletes and the performers who are not vaccinated for returning to play at the venues of New York City immediately.

Eric Adams, who has been focusing on the recovery of the city from the novel corona virus pandemic has now ended the other restrictions or measures as the novel corona virus cases has dropped in the past month, and the mayor of the city has also ended a mask mandate for the schools along with a proof-of-vaccination policy for the gyms and restaurants in the city.

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In recent weeks, most of the notable basketball figures had been criticizing the face mask mandate as long as it is applied to Irving, and as a trend across the country towards lifting the restrictions related to the novel corona virus has been gaining steam and the pressure of the mayor of the city has been increasing.