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Batya & Robby REACT: Aaron Rodgers CREDITS Joe Rogan For Helping With His COVID ‘Game Plan’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers opened up about how podcaster Joe Rogan helped him with his ‘Covid game-plan.’ Batya Ungar-Sargon and Robby Soave discuss. #JoeRogan #AaronRodgers #NFL #COVID

According to the CDC all COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States are effective at preventing COVID-19. Getting sick with COVID-19 can offer some protection from future illness, sometimes called “natural immunity,” but the level of protection people get from having COVID-19 may vary depending on how mild or severe their illness was, the time since their infection, and their age.

Getting a COVID-19 vaccination is also a safer way to build protection than getting sick with COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccination helps protect you by creating an antibody response without you having to experience sickness. Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you, particularly people at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Getting sick with COVID-19 can cause severe illness or death, and we can’t reliably predict who will have mild or severe illness. If you get sick, you can spread COVID-19 to others. You can also continue to have long-term health issues after COVID-19 infection.

While COVID-19 vaccines are effective, studies have shown some declines in vaccine effectiveness against infections over time, especially when the Delta variant was circulating widely.

According to Pfizer and the CDC, potential side effects from the vaccine include pain, redness, or swelling at the injection site. Other side effects could include tiredness, headache, muscle pain, fever, chills, and nausea. In rare cases, people have experienced serious health events after the COVID-19 vaccination. Any health problem that happens after vaccination is considered an adverse event.

According to the CDC: Although the overall risks are low, if you are pregnant or were recently pregnant, you are more likely to get very sick from COVID-19 compared to people who are not pregnant. Evidence continues to build showing that COVID-19 vaccination before and during pregnancy is safe and effective. It suggests that the benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine outweigh any known or potential risks of vaccination during pregnancy. COVID-19 vaccines cannot cause COVID-19 infection in anyone, including the mother or the baby. None of the COVID-19 vaccines contain live virus. Vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19 in people who are breastfeeding. Recent reports have shown that breastfeeding people who have received mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have antibodies in their breastmilk, which could help protect their babies. More data are needed to determine what level of protection these antibodies may provide to the baby. There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems (problems trying to get pregnant) in women or men.

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  1. If the covid vaccines stopped covid transmission then it still would not matter if someone was not vaccinated because those that are vaccinated are safe. The vaccine mandates never made any sense to me because medical treatment is a personal choice.

  2. Is it just me but was there a study done with a group of similar age people that receive the vaccine and those who did it and then contracted coronavirus and then they follow their symptoms to see if the vaccine deleted it alleviated some of the symptoms no there was no study done my way so why do people play me something that’s not true or proven

  3. I’ve shared my COVID story a couple of times on The Hill’s comment section.

    I got COVID in February when everyone did with the omicron wave while pregnant. I tested positive on Tuesday night and negative on Saturday. It wasn’t great, but manageable. Really tired, in bed for 2 days straight, little appetite, but I recovered from it. And went on to have a safe and healthy delivery of my son who is now 3 months old. People are allowed to vaccinated or not vaccinate, it should be their choice, and not mandated.

  4. Rogers didn't do anything heroic, when asked if he had been vaccinated he couldn't bring himself to just answer truthfully, that he hadn't. What hero? More like a coward unable to face the public with his decision.

  5. We knew from the beginning but the politicians and media repeated their “Get Vaxed” narrative…. Follow the science was always Follow the Money… Corruption at the highest level…

  6. I don't understand why this sentence needs to be highlighted. Obviously therapeutic meds Like IVM that were vilified work. They worked for Trump, they worked for Joe Rogan and they worked for all the people in Congress who took them on the down low.

  7. That line in the sand has now divided our Country. The left think they have a pair because they’ve been talking about them in the media a lot but pray you don’t wake the sleeping giant called We the People. There will not be enough of you left to even be considered a memory.

  8. Robbie still holds on to the hypothesis that being vaxxed lessens the symptoms when one gets Covid. An unprovable hypothesis, but without it there is absolutely no justification for the vaccine at all.

  9. An important key here, which wasn't discussed, is that Rodgers explained he is allergic to an ingredient in the mRNA vaccines. That was his main reason for not wanting to take the vaccine. It adds a whole level of insanity to the anti-Rodgers movement… and this is coming from a Bears fan!

  10. FFS…
    The guy said he was "immunized"… it is not his fault that the media are morons who don't know the difference between immunized and vaccinated.
    Also to say he is ANTI-vaccine…is just horsesh*t.
    Same level of horsesh*t as saying Joe Rogan took HORSE MEDICINE when he took the prescribed Ivermectin he got from a pharmacist.
    Being against taking the "covid vaccine" is not the same as being against "vaccination" agaist other diseases.

    So disingenious.
    ALSO, this guy is actually allergic to one of the vaccine ingredients if I am not mistaken (or maybe that was another of Rogans recent guests).

    FAKE NEWS!

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