Vaccines should be the new bobbleheads at every sporting event

The Milwaukee Bucks made the next home game a COVID-19 Vaccines event.

I’m proud of the milawukee bucks for winning their game against the Hornets yesterday. And I’m aalso really proud of them foor setting up a mobile COVID-19 vaaccination site for their next home game. On Sunday, any fan in attendance can get their first dose of the Pfizer/ BioNTech vaccine through a partnership with the UFABET Milawaukee.

Vaccines should be the new bobbleheads at every sporting event

Game attendance is cap at 3,266 people, and the arena ‘s general manager Dennis Williams told, The organization hopes vaccines. Facility employees will be able to get a shot as well.

“It was important to try to capture as many people as possible,” Williams said, “and what better way than a Bucks game that sees 600 to 800 employees on top of the 3,266 who will be here on Sunday as well?”.

Setting aside the initial decision to allow fans in an indoor arena at all without requiring that they be vaccine. The New Orleans Pelicans are hosting vaccination events at games as well, so I’m also proud of them.

The pace of vaccinations in the Untied States is starting to slow down now that almost all of the people most eager to be have gotten their shots. 

The next phase of the campaign is harder: reaching people who may want to be vaccine but aren’t actively seek. Getting that group vaccined will take new tactics and will mean giving people as many easy opportunity to roll up.

That includes opening up walk-in appointments at pharmacies, making vaccines available at doctors’ offices