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Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers Tests Positive For COVID-19



The Green Bay Packers‘ star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, has tested positive for COVID-19.

The NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero shared the news on Twitter.


Anticipation had been high to see Rodgers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs‘ quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, on Sunday (November 7). Instead, Jordan Love takes Rodgers‘ place on the field.

Rodgers previously told journalists that he had been “immunized”, though stopped short of saying he had received a vaccine. Ian Rapoport recently reported that Rodgers was in fact unvaccinated and that he had been adhering to protocols for non-vaccinated players.


If unvaccinated, NFL rules require Rodgers to stay away from his teammates for a minimum of ten days. Vaccinated players may return after becoming asymptomatic and providing two negative tests 24 hours apart.

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