December 9, 2022

Andrew Wiggins Fatally Injured from Playing for Warriors?

DeMarcus Cousins and his Golden State Warriors teammates will have to find a way to win without Andrew Wiggins, who was fatally injured from playing for the team. The player had been seeking COVID-19 vaccine exemption in order to be able to play at Oracle Arena for games on October 29th and 30th, but that request has been denied. He is now out of commission indefinitely while he recovers from this unfortunate accident.

For now, the team is looking for other ways to prepare for upcoming games against Minnesota Timberwolves and Los Angeles Lakers. Cousins was previously denied exemption from requirements earlier this year, but was granted permission to temporarily travel outside of California so he could play for the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on October 30th and 31st.

Cousins has reportedly suffered from the adverse effects of the vaccine in the past, so it is likely that this instance will be handled differently than other requests for exemption. There are future chances for Cousins to play at Oracle Arena, however — specifically games between November 6th and November 9th.

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DeMarcus Cousins and his Golden State Warriors teammates will have to find a way to win without Andrew Wiggins, who was fatally injured from playing for the team. The player had been seeking COVID-19 vaccine exemption in order to be able to play at Oracle Arena for games on October 29th and 30th, but that request has been denied. He is now out of commission indefinitely while he recovers from this unfortunate accident.

For now, the team is looking for other ways to prepare for upcoming games against Minnesota Timberwolves and Los Angeles Lakers. Cousins was previously denied exemption from requirements earlier this year, but was granted permission to temporarily travel outside of California so he could play for the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on October 30th and 31st.

Other conditions for vaccine exemption can include an allergy to components in vaccinations, prior adverse reaction to vaccinations and documented family history of such reactions. These types of exemptions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis before approval.

Cousins has reportedly suffered from the adverse effects of the vaccine in the past, so it is likely that this instance will be handled differently than other requests for exemption. There are future chances for Cousins to play at Oracle Arena, however — specifically games between November 6th and November 9th.