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News Coronavirus and NRL

Billythekid

First Grade
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haha

you idiots seem to be forgetting

we are opening up regardless
not me

not you
or your moronic arguments are going to prevent this

welcome to this week
Why do so many of the trolls on this forum post like this? It's not enough that the content of your post has to be total shit but the formatting has to be ugly as f**k as well?
 

hrundi99

First Grade
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Thanks for that no major country. Let live as as per normal

Still seems an overreaction here. Look at Texas as an example:

10,000 rolling 7 day case numbers. in 3 weeks host an international event ( F1) meanwhile the NFL teams are playing in front of 90k people with a full vaxx rate of 55%.

Yet we are cutting crowds due to 6 cases with over half of the population covered, We really have messed Covid response up on all levels

:eek:
 

Perth Red

Immortal
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Thanks for that no major country. Let live as as per normal

Still seems an overreaction here. Look at Texas as an example:

10,000 rolling 7 day case numbers. in 3 weeks host an international event ( F1) meanwhile the NFL teams are playing in front of 90k people with a full vaxx rate of 55%.

Yet we are cutting crowds due to 6 cases with over half of the population covered, We really have messed Covid response up on all levels
I generally find following Americas lead in anything is a poor idea, especially social and health policy!
 

Perth Red

Immortal
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Looks like vaccinations are the next headache for the nrl


The vaccination of players is quickly becoming the most complicated issue in the NRL and. as pre-season begins, foxsports.com.au can reveal no club is yet fully innoculated against Covid-19.


Frustrated NRL clubs want clarity on whether they will have to absorb the wages of unvaccinated players in their salary cap should they decide to terminate the contracts of those who refuse to take the jab.
A crucial meeting of six NRL club bosses and the Rugby League Players Association will take place on Monday as the code’s vaccination stance reaches a crossroads, with a large cohort of NRL players from clubs which didn’t make the finals due to return to pre-season training this week.

 

Generalzod

Referee
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Looks like vaccinations are the next headache for the nrl


The vaccination of players is quickly becoming the most complicated issue in the NRL and. as pre-season begins, foxsports.com.au can reveal no club is yet fully innoculated against Covid-19.


Frustrated NRL clubs want clarity on whether they will have to absorb the wages of unvaccinated players in their salary cap should they decide to terminate the contracts of those who refuse to take the jab.
A crucial meeting of six NRL club bosses and the Rugby League Players Association will take place on Monday as the code’s vaccination stance reaches a crossroads, with a large cohort of NRL players from clubs which didn’t make the finals due to return to pre-season training this week.


let Them eat cake…
 
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Yay broncos have won something!


nrl leaving this to the clubs to sort out is weak as pss
The NRL has stated they are pro-vaccine but are also giving the freedom to choose which is wise considering there is a large Polynesian player base and as Abdo explained, there are different ways to show leadership on a subject that mandating it.
 

Quicksilver

Bench
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The NRL has stated they are pro-vaccine but are also giving the freedom to choose which is wise considering there is a large Polynesian player base and as Abdo explained, there are different ways to show leadership on a subject that mandating it.

Would love to see a player die of COVID by their own hand.
 

Perth Red

Immortal
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The NRL has stated they are pro-vaccine but are also giving the freedom to choose which is wise considering there is a large Polynesian player base and as Abdo explained, there are different ways to show leadership on a subject that mandating it.
In other words abdicating responsibility!
 

Quicksilver

Bench
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As a club I wouldn’t be pushing anything without NRL support.

If you move a player on, they’ll be signed by a competitor by lunchtime.
 

beave

Coach
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Lucky all fans in attendance have to be vaccinated though ...... wouldn't want any double standards eh??.......
 
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