LeBron still hasn’t been vaccinated, at least that’s the story according to one of his teammates. Lakers guard Dennis Schröder said that he and LeBron James were the only two members of the Lakers to not take the COVID-19 vaccine yet. James had previously said he would not disclose if he was planning to get vaccinated or not, so hard to know if he did in the last few days.
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Schröder talked about it in an interview with a German publication:
Lebron be getting hair implants but scared of a vaccine https://t.co/j4FqeqRJeF
— Hello (@__NigelUNO) May 3, 2021
There are some benefits for NBA players to be vaccinated.
ESPN outlined some of the perks after obtaining the NBA’s revised guidelines:
“Fully vaccinated individuals will no longer have to quarantine following exposure to COVID-19; can have friends, family and others visit at home and on the road without having them test or register with the team; and can dine outdoors at restaurants, among other eased restrictions.
Fully vaccinated teams will no longer have to wear masks at the practice facility; have more flexibility to leave the team hotel on the road; and can dine indoors or outdoors at restaurants, among other eased restrictions.”
If LeBron really wants to help this world, let people know you got the vaccine.
Stop trying to find a way to FIT-OUT and just FIT-IN. Be apart of something special! Just my thoughts
— LeBron James (@KingJames) February 8, 2015
What is he waiting for??