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It’s the latest Covid-19 vaccine issue to roil the sports world
. Vroeër Maandag, the National Hockey League announced that Evander Kane of the San Jose Sharks has been suspended after an investigation into whether he submitted a fraudulent Covid-19 vaccination card
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In Julie, Rolovich said in a post on social media
dat hy “elected not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine for reasons which will remain private.
“While I have made my own decision,” Rolovich said then, “I respect that every individual — including our coaches, staff and student-athletes — can make his or her own decision regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.”
Rolovich was named the 33rd head football coach in WSU program history on January 14, 2020. The team went 1-3 last season, which was shortened because of the pandemic. The Cougars are 4-3 hierdie seisoen.
Op Saterdag, na 'n 34-31 win at home against Stanford, Rolovich was asked in a postgame news conference if he knew whether he would be coaching the team the following week.
“I do not,” Rolovich told reporters.
When asked whether he had been given guidance between then and Monday regarding an exemption request, Rolovich said he was waiting for an email.
“I’m going to come to work tomorrow and get ready for BYU, and we’ll grade this film,” Rolovich said Saturday, speaking of the October 23 game against Brigham Young University. “I don’t think this is in my hands. I’ve been settled for a long time on it. I believe it’s going to work out the right way.”
Asked whether the “right way” meant remaining as the team’s head coach, Rolovich replied, “Correct. Or if that’s not what (Chun) wil hê, then I guess then I’ve got to move on.”
When Rolovich was asked whether he would take the vaccine to save his job, he replied, “As dit gebeur, you’ll be the first to know.”