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Comedy Central’s The Daily Show host Trevor Noah has blasted New York City’s contradictory COVID-19 vaccination rules that prohibited NBA star Kyrie Irving from playing with his Nets teammates but allowed him to watch the game from the stands with a full audience.

Trevor Noah sounded off during a monologue on Monday’s show.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Restrictions are being lifted so quickly that things are getting a little confusing, you know. Like for example, OK, right here in New York City, Mayor Eric Adams has lifted the rule that you have to be vaccinated to attend indoor events. OK, that’s gone. But there is still a rule that you have to be vaccinated to go to your workplace,” Noah said.


“So if someone’s job is at an indoor event, they can’t go to work but they can show up to work to watch their colleagues do their thing. Yeah, which is exactly what happened this weekend,” he added.

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