This Monday, the NFL had 37 new coronavirus cases among the personnel and forced the league to mandate the booster shot by the end of December.
The new case number is the new record since the beginning of the pandemic.
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The first two doses of the vaccine won’t work against the virus and can’t stop its spread. The NFL operations are fully vaccinated, 95% of all players, and more than 99% of coaches and staff.
Right after finding out about the new cases, the NFL issued a league-wide memo to all 32 teams that started the organization will follow the CDC recommendation and require the non-players to take the booster before December 27.
The NFL Memo reported:
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) along with our experts have advised that the most effective method for players and staff to prevent contracting and transmitting COVID-19 is to be vaccinated. Indeed, our own data has shown that unvaccinated players have contracted the virus and lost time as close contacts at a much greater rate than vaccinated players.
On November 29, the CDC issued a study showing that the effectiveness of the approved COVID-19 vaccines may decrease over time and has recommended that all eligible vaccinated individuals over the age of 18 should receive a third booster shot. Given the increased prevalence of the virus in our communities, our experts have recommended that we implement the CDC’s recommendation.
In accordance with the CDC recommendation, all Tier 1 and Tier 2 staff who have been previously vaccinated and are eligible under the CDC guidelines, must receive a booster shot no later than December 27.”
The NFL’s knee-jerk reaction to the increase in C-19 cases came when the media and public health officials created hysteria over the new Omicron mutation, but the CDC confessed that the patients infected with this variant are fully vaccinated!
From the 37 positive cases in the NFL on Monday, one was infected with Omicron, a vaccinated staffer.
The other 36 positive cases came from NFL players: Kadarius Toney, LA Chargers offensive tackle Rashawn Slater, Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland and running back Phillip Lindsay, and LA Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey and tight end Tyler Higbee.