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PUSHBACK: NFL Star Refuses To Share Vaccine Status — “I Think That’s HIPAA”

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Star NFL Quarterback Dak Prescott refused to tell a reporter whether or not he was vaccinated during a news conference.

Prescott said, “I don’t necessarily think that’s exactly important…I think that’s HIPAA.”

From The Hill:

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott on Friday declined to disclose his vaccine status, saying doing so violates his privacy.

Prescott made the comment in a news conference when a reporter noted that running back Ezekiel Elliott said he had been vaccinated.

“I don’t necessarily think that’s exactly important. I think that’s HIPAA,” Prescott said when asked about his own vaccination status.

This comes after the NFL laid out strict rules for teams with players that are unvaccinated:

Here is the memo:

NFL Star DeAndre Hopkins came out even more forcefully against the NFL and their vaccine policies:

From Epoch Times:

NFL star DeAndre Hopkins suggested in a now-deleted tweet that his playing career is in jeopardy after the league announced new COVID-19 policies.

“Never thought I would say this. But being put in a position to hurt my team because I don’t want to partake in the vaccine is making me question my future in the NFL,” Hopkins, a receiver for the Arizona Cardinals, wrote in the tweet.



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