Golden State Warriors swinger Andrew Wiggins made it clear last fall that he doesn’t want to get vaccinated against COVID-19 but finally received the bump he needed so he could participate in home games without having to worry about any local regulations regarding indoor events at the time.
On paper, that decision worked for Wiggins. He became an All-Star for the first time and then went on to help the Warriors win the 2022 NBA Finals championship en route to winning the first championship ring of his career. However, the 27-year-old recently admitted FanSided which he now wishes he “didn’t get” [vaccinated]be honest with you. ”
“I made it, and I was an All-Star this year and a champion, so that’s a good part, just don’t miss the year, the best year of my career,” Wiggins explained in the section. his comment. Kendra Andrews by ESPN. “But for my body, I just don’t like putting all that stuff in my body, so I don’t like that and I don’t like it’s not my choice. I don’t like that either. there. take this or don’t play.”
ESPN’s Nick Friedell noted last October that the NBA rejected Wiggins’ request for a religious exemption because the San Francisco Department of Public Health requires anyone 12 years of age or older to be vaccinated against coronavirus to attend major events. indoors like professional basketball games.