On Thursday Warriors star Draymond Green defended teammate Andrew Wiggins’ covid 19 restraint his words that began with him comparing the COVID-19 vaccine to a strange hypothetical about Wiggins wife entering labor and ended with something about the polio vaccine.
Mr.Draymond Green said during his treatise about the disease that killed at least 680,000 Americans. this is nothing different. We’re dealing with something that to me feels has turned into a political war.it is quite a very personal matter. Two options left whether to get vaccinated or whether it be missing out on the Warriors season opener or risking your health or that of your teammates and their loved ones.
The people who chanted that Vaccination is safe and effective against covid 19 have been still fighting against political war.
Green advised that the government is strongly encouraging Americans to get vaccinated and that in doing so, they’re not giving anyone freedom Without Vaccination you are not allowed to travel from one place to another. Lots of Americans are under tremendous pressure on many fronts to get the vaccine, as the vaccine dramatically reduces the risk of serious illness and death and also reduces the spread of the coronavirus.
The speed with which the COVID-19 vaccine was distributed all over the world may have been mildly jarring given that vaccines. Earlier it would have to be developed and then through messages, it would be confirmed, and then it would have been supplied to the people. But scientists and doctors have pushed for speed and urgency because the pandemic has, it bears repeating, killed more than 680,000 people in the United States alone and left thousands of people sick and many too starved in streets such a miserable situation it just brought to human lives.
Green comments were lauded on Twitter by vaccine skeptics, and then LeBron James joined the fray. James, whom the NBA is likely going to deem a spokesperson for a leaguewide vaccination push following Wiggins’ and other vaccine-reluctant NBA players’ public statements, ultimately decided to support Green.
James gave awful feedback regarding this statement he wrote on Twitter ” I know I’m not in any position to tell what he should or should not be doing,” Green concluded Thursday. “I’m not going to go and ask him, ‘Did you get a polio vaccine?’ So, why would I ask him if he got a COVID vaccine?” which is perhaps why Green never thought to ask Wiggins about it.