Aaron Rogers lost his contract with Prevea Health
A Wisconsin health care organization terminated a nine-year partnership with Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers after the quarterback detailed his avoidance of three types of COVID-19 recognized by the NFL The reason for the vaccine.
A statement released by Prevea Health on Twitter stated that the company and Rogers have jointly agreed to terminate the partnership, effective Saturday. Prevea Health and Rodgers have been partners since 2012.
The statement stated that Prevea Health “remains firmly committed to protecting its patients, employees, providers, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes encouraging and helping all eligible people to get the COVID-19 vaccine to prevent the virus further Seriously affect life and livelihood.”
The move was the second day Rogers told the “Pat McAfee Show” that he had sought an alternative to COVID-19 vaccination because he was allergic to one of the two vaccines approved by the FDA. Rogers, who turned 38 in December last year, did not specify what ingredients he was allergic to or how he knew he was allergic.
Rogers strongly questioned the NFL’s COVID-19 agreement and any organization that mandates personal health.
“I firmly believe in the autonomy of the body and the ability to make choices for your body, rather than having to acquiesce in some sober culture or a group of crazy people who say you have to do something,” he said on Friday. “Health is not a panacea. For me, it requires a lot of learning during the offseason.”
The COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use in the United States has been tested on tens of thousands of people and has proven to be both safe and effective in significantly reducing the risk of serious illness and death. These vaccines are now available to more than 200 million Americans, and real-world use coupled with additional government safety tracking shows that serious side effects are extremely rare—any risk is much lower than the risk posed by COVID-19.
As part of the NFL’s unvaccinated player agreement, Rogers was tested every day and he discovered that he was infected with COVID-19 on Wednesday. He cannot rejoin the Packers within 10 days and will miss Sunday’s game in Kansas City. He must undergo a negative test to return to the team on November 13.
The endorsement deal for the incumbent NFL MVP included starring in a commercial for the insurance company State Farm, and he hinted that his stance on vaccination could have consequences because he described himself on Friday as the victim of “abandonment culture” By.