COVID-19 vaccine 2021 NFL season

Here’s a positive update on COVID-19 vaccine and the 2021 NFL season

Here’s a positive update on COVID-19 vaccine and the 2021 NFL season

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The 2021 NFL season is scheduled to kick off on September 9 when the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Dallas Cowboys. And unlike last season, there’s less concern about whether we’ll actually have a season in 2021.

According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the number of personnel who’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine is on the rise.

COVID-19 vaccine rate promising for 2021 NFL season

With the number of vaccinated players inching closer to 70% and nearly all of the key staff and personnel receiving their shots, the odds of a wave of infections impacting the 2021 NFL season are low.

The fact that 70% of the NFL’s players have received the vaccine despite it being optional is a good sign. It’d be great if 100% of the league’s players would opt to have the COVID-19 vaccine, but it’s a personal choice, and it’s a choice that has to be respected regardless of your personal opinion.

Here’s to hoping for a successful and uninterrupted 17-game season in 2021.

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