Kyrie calls her home? The NY mayor wants to put his vax requirement to a stop

Kyrie calls her home? The NY mayor wants to put his vax requirement to a stop ...

Kyrie Irving may soon be available for home games in Brooklyn, 22:58:47 GMT+00:00.

Mayor Eric Adams of New York City said he's tenacious to come up with the COVID-19 vaccination requirement, which would allow the Nets to use their All-Star point guard in road games. Irving has played in road games with the Nets, but rejected the COVID vaccine that is required for players in the New York home market.

With Philadelphia, Boston, and soon Chicago, major cities are abolishing mask and immunization regulations.

"I take my hat off to New Yorkers through masks, vaccinations, and social distancing." Adams said Wednesday that he was not sure if the rules would be implemented in New York. I'm very proud of how we responded, but I always said, "I'm not going to get ahead of all of everything and get back to normalcy. But they're giving us clear guidelines. I'm not going to do anything until the next weeks, but I'm going to do it in

On December 17, the Nets approved Irving to return and play in road games. He has accumulated 244.1 points and 5.4 assists per game.

The Nets have 23 games remaining on their regular-season schedule, but 15 of them will be played without Irving because to the vaccination obligation.

Irving has gotten approval from NBA commissioner Adam Silver and some league owners who criticised the new requirement, which was imposed on players from the New York market, but not to players coming from other cities.

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