NYC Mayor Adams lifts vaccine mandate for pro athletes, performers New York Mayor Eric Adams said on Thursday he was lifting the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for professional athletes and performers, allowing unvaccinated Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving to play at home and lifting a cloud ahead of Major League Basebal
Inside New York City’s Decision to End Vaccine Mandate for Pro Athletes
Owners and executives of some of the wealthiest sports franchises urged Mayor Eric Adams to allow unvaccinated athletes to play in New York.
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Mayor Eric Adams says he’s following the science in his decision to rescind mask mandates for very young children.
Kyrie Irving appears set to play home games in New York again, with mayor expected to lift athletes' vaccine mandate
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving's six-month prohibition from playing home games over his vaccination status appears to be coming to an end.
NYC mayor allows unvaccinated athletes play home games
New York City’s mayor exempted athletes and performers from the city’s vaccine mandate following weeks of pressure from the sports world after the rule kept Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving from playing in home games and was expected to block several b
New York City mayor exempts athletes, performers from vaccine mandate
New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) announced Thursday he would lift COVID-19 vaccine mandates for New York-based performers, venues and athletes.