November 14, 2021
President of Vaccine Safety Research Foundation Statement Concerning Aaron Rodgers Activation
Today is a terrific day for football and combatting COVID-19. Just days after testing positive for the virus, reports indicate that Aaron Rodgers is cleared to play, having undertaken a protocol that included monoclonal antibodies and other approved and essential vitamins.
Treating the virus early with a proven early treatment protocol is both safer and more effective than taking a vaccine: nobody dies or is disabled from these protocols. More importantly, the CDC recently confirmed that people who are recovered from COVID-19 cannot transmit the virus to anyone. That is not true for people who have been vaccinated.
Aaron Rodgers now not only has superior immunity to the virus than any vaccine could give him, but he is now the least dangerous player on the entire team because he’s the only one who can’t spread COVID. We hope that other athletes will follow his example
Steve Kirsch, President, Vaccine Safety Research Foundation