Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Won’t Commit to Getting Vaccinated After Contracting COVID for a Second Time

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SJ - August 10, 2021

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson returned to practice this weekend after missing time due to a positive COVID-19 test.  It was the second time in the past eight months that he has tested positive.

Jackson was fatigued and slept a lot following both positive tests.  When he spoke with reporters on Monday he was asked multiple times about getting vaccinated.

He would not commit to getting the vaccine, calling it a personal decision.

From ESPN:

"I just got off the COVID list," Jackson said after Monday's practice when asked if he would get the vaccine. "I got to talk to my team about this and see how they feel about it. Keep learning as much as I can about it. We'll go from there."

Does that mean he's thinking about getting vaccinated?

M l"We'll see," Jackson said. "Talking to the doctors. We'll see."

Talking to the doctors about the vaccine seems like a reasonable approach, of course the many unlicensed doctors on Twitter would disagree.

To them COVID has become their crazy new religion.  Do as they say or else.


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