Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rogers confirmed on Friday that he was allergic to Covide-19 vaccines, and accused the “active team” of trying to “cancel” it.
The 37-year-old footballer, who has been positively tested for Covide and will miss Sunday’s game against Kansas City Chiefs, has been shot for failing to get the vaccine.
The NFL MVP, which he is buying, said he studied VV vaccinations during weekly games or on the Jopardy show.
“Look, it’s not me, you know, some kind of anti-vacuum flat earth. I am a critical thinker, ”said the Green Bay Signal caller on” The Pat McAfee Show “at Sirius XM.
“I strongly believe in the ability of the body to self-govern and make choices for your body. Health is not just for everyone.
Vaccines against CVD-19 have proven to be a safe and effective tool to fight the virus that has killed more than 755,000 Americans.
Rogers said he had received monoclonal antibodies and had taken ivermectin – and praised podcast host Joe Rogan for his advocacy for damaged covand treatments.
“After getting Covider, I consulted with my current best friend Joe Rogan and I’m doing a lot of what he recommends,” he said.
Ivermectin is generally used to treat animals and has become a popular but unconfirmed drug to treat covandom among some people who oppose vaccines. The Food and Drug Administration has ruled out the use of over-the-counter over-the-counter and over-the-counter vaccines for humans and has warned against taking veterinary drugs.
Rogers did not explain how he was able to obtain monoclonal antibodies, which are specific to those exposed to ivermectin.