With New York City athletes now allowed to perform without a COVID-19 vaccine, Yankees star Aaron Judge commented on the matter.
The COVID-19 vaccine has become politically polarized, even in the world of sports. Many athletes have tried to keep their immunization status to themselves, as evidenced by the failure of Aaron Rodgers in which he misled the media into saying he was “vaccinated”, often understood as “vaccinated”.
In basketball, Kyrie Irving fought his own fight for the unvaccinated, giving up millions of dollars and the chance to play for the Brooklyn Nets because he wouldn’t get a COVID-19 vaccine. despite NYC’s mandate for vaccines. It’s been a point of contention for the Nets all season, with the team lobbying for him to contribute to away games as long as the mandate is in effect. Now, it’s baseball season and Vaccine duty is being abolishedthis prompted reporters to ask the Yankees right-hand man, Aaron Judge, what he thinks.
Judge, who has not publicly shared his vaccination status and has constantly dodging questions about itinstead shared her thoughts on what this means for Irving.
Yankees: Aaron Judge is happy that Kyrie Irving can play for the Nets at home
It’s unclear if Judge isn’t worried about the mission affecting the baseball season because he expects the mission to be abolished, or if he has nothing to worry about since he now has the vaccine.
“I kind of told you, I’m not too worried about that,” The judge talks about the vaccine duty. “And I have a lot of work to do here at the scene.”
“So if the quest isn’t there, then I guess that’s fine for Kyrie – he can play some games at home and help out the Nets a little bit,” he continued.
Judge might be trying to sound confusing to the media in Rodgers’ way, or it might be appreciated because he’s a huge Nets fan, but in either case, he’s right: duty. Service now is something he and Kyrie need not worry about this spring.
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