Basketballghana.com can report the COVID 19 vaccination period for the Accra Basketball League (ABL) has been extended ahead of the start of the league.
The vaccination period was originally expected to run from July 2 to July 3 at the Lebanon House in Tudu in Ghana’s capital, Accra in the aftermath of the completion of registration for teams.
To ensure all personnel connected to the league get vaccinated especially players, the vaccination period has been expanded to include July 1. (Click highlighted text to view story)
All registered players are to report at the vaccination location with a valid item of identification including National Identification Card, Voters Card, Passport or a Drivers Licence.
Players who aren’t vaccinated won’t compete in the ABL 2021 Season Basketballghana.com can confirm to ensure the health safety of the league isn’t compromised.
10 teams have registered to compete in the upcoming season in the Men’s Division I, 10 in the Women’s Division and 15 in the Men’s Division II respectively.
Start date for the new season has not been announced yet; the 2020 season was lost to the COVID 19 pandemic.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter