Dallas Mavericks will start allowing vaccinated essential workers to attend home games
DALLAS – – The Dallas Mavericks will return a limited number of fans to their home games against the Minnesota Timberwolves starting Monday.
Only 1,500 vaccinated basic workers are allowed to participate.
This includes medical professionals, police officers, fire fighters and food service workers.
“We owe so much to people who put their lives at risk to keep us safer,” Mark Cuban, owner of Mavs, said in a statement. “Getting you to a Mavs game is the least we can do!”
There’s no word on when the Mavs might allow the public to play home games.
No fans are allowed in the Mavericks’ home game against the Warriors on Saturday night.