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Fully Vaccinated Minnesota Vikings Player Hospitalized After Contracting COVID-19



The mainstream media and woke mob attempted to shame Aaron Rodgers for refusing the experimental COVID-19 injection.

When Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19, that’s when the news broke that he didn’t receive the jab.

Rodgers stated he took Joe Rogan’s COVID-19 treatment advice and felt great 48 hours after his diagnosis.

He explained why bodily autonomy and freedom of choice is such an important issue to him.

The woke mob’s attempt to cancel Rodgers backfired big time.

But there’s another NFL COVID-19 story that won’t get much coverage from the mainstream media.

On Tuesday, a fully vaccinated member of the Minnesota Vikings went to the ER due to breathing issues following a COVID-19 diagnosis.

Head coach Mike Zimmer broke the news of OL Dakota Dozier’s hospitalization on Wednesday.

Here’s the latest:

Around the NFL had the story:

More concerns over COVID-19 have struck the Minnesota Vikings this week, including a vaccinated player who was admitted to an emergency room Tuesday night.

“One of our players that was vaccinated, he had to go to the ER last night because of COVID. It’s serious stuff,” coach Mike Zimmer told reporters Wednesday. “Like 29 guys are getting tested because of close contact, including myself.”

Zimmer declined to name the hospitalized player but said he is in stable condition. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport later reported the player hospitalized was offensive lineman Dakota Dozier. Dozier was placed on the team’s COVID-19 list last Friday.

As for the 29 being tested due to close contact, the NFL’s COVID-19 policy does not require vaccinated individuals to be quarantined. On Monday, the Vikings placed linebacker Ryan Connelly on the reserve/COVID-19 list, while offensive lineman Tim Parris was placed on the practice squad reserve/COVID-19 list, giving the club five players designated to reserve/COVID-19. Vaccinated center Garrett Bradbury missed the Vikings’ overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens due to a breakthrough case and was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Sunday, as was defensive back Harrison Smith.

But I thought the experimental COVID-19 jabs prevented hospitalization if you contracted the virus.

Isn’t this a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated?”

Never mind, that doesn’t fit the narrative.

Daily Norseman had more:

While the football side of this is obviously not the most important part, it is worth noting that the NFL is being much more restrictive on the idea of moving or rescheduling games due to COVID than they were in 2020, when we saw games delayed several days when teams had significant outbreaks. If things end up getting too bad for the Vikings from a perspective of player availability, there’s at least a chance that they could end up being forced to forfeit this weekend’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers. . .and, potentially, other games as well.


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