The NBA is making it significantly easier, and in some cases a requirement, to bring in new players amid its largest wave of COVID-19 cases.

Per The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the league will allow all teams to sign a replacement player for each player under contract that tests positive for COVID-19, effective immediately through Jan. 19.

Those signings will not affect a team’s salary cap or luxury tax calculations, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

The NBA is also reportedly removing the 50-game maximum for players on two-way contracts, allowing teams to use them as much as they want to fill out their roster.