The Washington Nationals say their season-opening three-game series against the New York Mets has been postponed after the 2019 World Series champions had a coronavirus outbreak.
Have you had your jab yet? Your Fauci ouchie? Your first or second dose of coronavirus vaccine? If not, don’t worry too much: Officials have bought more doses and are getting better at spreading them around the country. Here’s a look at the three vaccines being used now and a couple more that may be on the way.
Japan will not take part in China’s offer to provide vaccines for “participants” in the postponed Tokyo Olympics and next year’s Beijing Winter Games.
The Texas Rangers could be the first team to return to full attendance capacity.
The Houston Astros are minus eight pitchers because of COVID-19 protocols, but general manager James Click says there were no plans to pause activity at the team’s spring training camp.
The Toronto Raptors will have enough players to get back on the floor Wednesday, after a pair of games earlier this week were postponed for virus-related issues.
The NBA should be worried about this weekend, and that has nothing to do with holding an All-Star Game during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Toronto Raptors were without six members of their coaching staff, including head coach Nick Nurse, and starting forward Pascal Siakam for Friday night’s game against Houston in accordance with the NBA's health and safety protocols regarding the coronavirus.
College basketball players throughout the country have had to adjust to coronavirus protocols, scheduling uncertainty and general anxiety about the pandemic.
The NBA had done a lot of things right during the pandemic. Not this time.