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Aaron Rodgers Tests Positive For COVID, Out For Chiefs Game
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Aaron Rodgers has contracted coronavirus and is now out of Green Bay's game against the Chiefs. Rodgers tested positive. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport added the quarterback is not vaccinated and that's why he's already been ruled out of the weekend matchup...
No vaccinated? Thought he said he was...
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Invokes Roger's rate??? Careful how the state is farming us... Dare we say "Drops out" of the game...
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The stupid thing is if he had a vaccine, he’d still have covid and would be able to play. The double standards are ridiculous.
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The Covidian cult is the most detrimental cult in my lifetime
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He just scored a touchdown with the anti vaxxers here
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I'm not an anti-vaxxer. I've had the vaccine, even after I had COVID. I'm pro-freedom. Medical decisions are personal to each individual, not something to be mandated by gov't or corporations. It's that simple. Curious whether the NFL requires players to get the regular flu vaccine, because flu kills up to 80,000 Americans every single year....
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What a fresh take ATL TIGER
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atltiger STFU. your "freedom" argument is total BS. if more people like you existed in the past, we'd still have diseases like smallpox, polio, measles etc. You already have to get certain vaccines to get into school. Also. . . only an idiot would compare the flu (which according to you kills 80,000 americans per year) to covid which has killed almost 5 million people globally in less than 2 years. You know what. . . thousands of people die in auto accidents every year too. . . you still have to wear your seatbelt. Living in a civilized society require everyone to abide by certain rules and laws. you want to "freedom" to do whatever you want. . .take the rest of you and go live on an island somewhere. . . and see how quickly you all start to implement rules and regulations.
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