Aaron Rodgers says fans cheered him on the Packers-49ers match because he wasn’t vaccinated.


Aaron Rodgers was on the field before the match against Arizona Cardinals.

Aaron Rodgers.AP Photo / Rick Scuteri

  • Aaron Rodgers claimed that people took part in the Packers-49ers match and opposed him.

  • “There were a lot of people who were attuned to cheering us for one reason and one reason: because of my vaccination status,” Rogers said.

  • Rogers caught COVID-19 in November and previously petitioned the NFL to count alternative treatments as vaccinations.

Aaron Rodgers insisted At the Pat McCuffy Show on Tuesday He wasn’t vaccinated with COVID-19, so that “tons of people” took part in the Packers-49ers game to cheer him on and his team.

“There were a lot of people who were attuned to cheering us for one reason and one reason: because of my vaccination status and because they want to see us lose. , They were able to enjoy and enjoy the fact that they had my vaccination status for some reason they didn’t succeed in the playoffs. “

The Green Bay Packers lost the match against the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday night and were knocked out of the playoffs.

Rogers Positive test for COVID-19 in November A few months later avoiding asking if he was vaccinated.

Quarterbacks previously claimed he was “immunized” to the virus, and before his diagnosis, Rogers Petitioned to the NFL To ensure that alternative treatments are considered vaccinated.

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