Forget vaccines. The NCAA announced Jan. 7 that it now considers “[a] person who has had a documented COVID-19 infection in the past 90 days is considered the equivalent of ‘fully vaccinated.’”
This designation is “updated guidance for winter sports competing during the COVID-19 pandemic,” the NCAA writes on its website.
Jacob Davenport, a baseball player at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, told Campus Reform that he supports the updated policy.
“If I had known that the NCAA was going to change its guidelines, then I wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine,” Davenport said.
As of Jan. 4, Southeastern Oklahoma State University encourages the COVID-19 vaccine and masking, but does not require either measure.
Campus Reform continues to report on college sports during the pandemic.
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