Vaccination: Aaron Rodgers indulges his teammates
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not stand up to the decision of some teammates not to get the shot.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported Thursday that even though Rodgers is fully vaccinated, he won’t necessarily ask for as much of his people.
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“I was immune,” Rodgers said. There is a lot of conversation around this across the league. There are many people who have made statements and others who have not. There are guys on the team who haven’t been vaccinated and it’s their personal decision. I won’t judge them on that. ”
Rogers claimed to have done a lot of research before receiving his vaccine and that he did not do it in an attempt to influence his teammates to emulate him.
“I like to learn all I can about what I do,” Rodgers said. There is a lot of research that has gone into this and it will be interesting to see how things play out in the future. ”
Cases of COVID-19 are increasing within the NFL, especially among the Tennessee Titans. The squad have seen several of their players and coaches on the sidelines due to positive tests.
The NFL currently tests its players every 14 days, but has sent a request to the Players Association to do so every seven days, according to information revealed by the ESPN network. Athletes without a vaccine should be vaccinated every day.