The NBA has released an additional Health and Safety guide spanning 158 pages, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
The additional material gives guidelines on dining during road trips, allowing teams and players to go to "approved restaurants" with "fully privatized spaces."
Players and staff are currently not allowed to enter public settings ranging from bars, entertainment venues, and public gyms, or attend social gatherings with more than 15 people.
Violations that cause the spread of COVID-19 could result in "fines, suspensions, adjustment or loss of draft choices, and/or game forfeiture," reported Tim Bontemps of ESPN.
Players could also have their pay adjusted due to in-season quarantines, according to the memo.
The NBA and NBPA will discuss whether players and staff should be required to get the vaccine after one is approved by the FDA.
The league will also provide testing for household members of players and staff two times per week.