After the quarterback explained the reasons he didn’t want to use the NFL-backed Covid-19 vaccine in the interview, the quarterback was granted a break.
Green Bay, WisconsinAfter the quarterback explained his reasons for not taking the NFL-backed Covid-19 vaccine, the Wisconsin health department ended their nine-year-old partnership with Packers star Aaron Rogers.
In the statement, Prevea Health stated that “during the Covid-19 pandemic, it” remains fully committed to protecting patients, employees, providers and communities. Prevea Health also stated that they will promote and help eligible people get the Covid-19 vaccine in order to avoid the virus having a greater impact on their lives.
Prevea Health stated in a Twitter statement that Rogers and it had agreed to end their partnership. Rodgers and Prevea Health have been together since 2012.
Green Bay’s star asked questions about the NFL’s Covid-19 Agreement and any other organization that enforces certain health requirements.
Rogers, who was 38 in December last year, stated that he was searching for an alternative treatment to the Covid-19 vaccination because he was allergic one of the FDA-approved injections. Rogers, 38, was not able to specify which ingredients or how he knew that he was allergic.
“I strongly believe in the autonomy of your body and the freedom to make your own decisions. He said that you don’t need to submit to awakened society and culture, or to a group oblivious to your needs.
Rogers performed daily tests on unvaccinated NFL players, and on Wednesday, he discovered that he had contracted Covid-19. Rogers will not be able for him to return to the Packers in 10 days. He will also miss Sunday’s match against Kansas City. Before he can return to the team in November 13, he needs to be tested negative.