NBA is reportedly warning players that they aren't allowed to take part in Toronto without a COVID-19 vaccination

NBA players won't be able for travel Canada to play for the Toronto Raptors next season without having been vaccinated against COVID-19, or obtaining an approved medical exemption. 

Bleacher report as well as ESPN revealed earlier this week that the organization had sent an email to players that reiterated the Canadian policy in place in the past 

and has affected MLB games and has impacted MLB games this summer. According to reports, MLB players who don't play due to vaccination status won't receive compensation for games they missed. 

Teams must list the players who are "Out: Health and Safety Protocols."

The NBA does not require players to get immunized against COVID-19. However regional, national and local laws may prohibit players from getting vaccinated. 

going out or playing games without being vaccination-free. Canada is a country that requires foreigners visiting the country to get vaccination-free against COVID-19. 

The rule impacted a variety of players in the past, including Philadelphia 76ers' guard Matisse Thybulle.