What Aaron Rodgers Should See: Covid Pain in Wisconsin Emergency

In Rodgers’ last interview – well, more like a staged with spooned-out questions from host, Pat McAfee, a former NFL punter – he offered...

In Rodgers’ last interview – well, more like a staged with spooned-out questions from host, Pat McAfee, a former NFL punter – he offered a half-baked apology and claimed to take full responsibility for it. he had said the week before. He also said he maintained his position on vaccines.

It is not clear whether he truly understands the damage caused by the ripple effect of a doubt-casting sports star of his magnitude. Doctors are the ones dealing with this calamity in real time, and much of their job these days is to convince the reluctant that there is a tool available to help curb the massive spread of Covid – the vaccine.

“If I can relate, maybe I could get scientific data, real facts in front of the patient,” said Dr Martin. “But Aaron Rodgers is someone everyone knows, and he’s someone whose opinions are heard. So now when I stand in front of this reluctant patient, they have these contradictory things that they have heard. And that doesn’t make it any easier.

Is it possible to have sympathy for Rodgers and other athletes suggesting vaccine doubt? (Thinking of you, Kyrie Irving.) Well, certainly. Despite all their fame, they are like all of us, trying to make sense of a horrible situation. Everyone faces information tsunamis.

We are all susceptible to being duped.

So, yeah, for all the damage their views on vaccines can cause, we can also spare a little compassion – at least a touch, while still keeping our feet on fire and expecting the stars of the sport think more than themselves during the worst pandemic in a century. With the fame and influence it brings comes this responsibility.

Dr Martin agrees.

“I am more than willing to show him to an emergency room, talk to him and answer his questions,” he told me. Hopefully Rodgers would listen, even though the Doctor is a Minnesota Vikings fan.

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