COVID protocols for college basketball have changed. Here’s what you need to know

After a relatively normal college football season, COVID-19 is back in full force just in time to start playing in the basketball conference.

The omicron variant is more contagious and more resistant to vaccines than previous variants, which has led to a large number of postponements in college basketball as well as professional sports. The postponements frustrated teams and fans, especially with many of the positive athletes having little or no symptoms.

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The constant change of situation and protocols has led to confusion. This is the current state of things: