Lubs were advised to review local and current state regulations and also to get the vaccine available for staff and players
The NFL isn’t requiring fully vaccinated staff and players to wear masks team facilities after the CDC’s most up-to-date advice regarding COVID-19.
In a memo sent to nightclubs on Friday and acquired by The Associated Press, the team and the NFL Players Association created the alteration after consulting their scientific and medical experts. Players and miniature staff that have not been completely vaccinated should continue to put on masks until they get it, should they intend to receive it.
Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski heard of the information on the practice area during beginner camp.
There were a few people I did not understand exactly what they looked like,” he explained.
Clubs were advised to review local and current country regulations and also to have the vaccine available for staff and players.
“We anticipate additional alterations will be made to the protocols consistent with CDC guidelines representing the greatly decreased risk of viral transmission and disease in fully educated people,” the memo read.