NBA To Players, Coaches, Refs: Booster Shots Are Recommended
MIAMI (AP) — The NBA has told its players, coaches and referees that they should receive booster shots against the coronavirus, with particular urgency for those who received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The league and the National Basketball Players Association says those who received Johnson & Johnson shots more than two months ago should get a booster.
The booster recommendation was also made for those who received the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine at least six months ago.
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