Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was noncommittal on whether he would get vaccinated after getting infected with COVID-19 twice in the past eight months, saying it was a “personal decision.”
“I just got off the COVID list,” Jackson said after Monday’s practice when asked if he would get the vaccine. “I got to talk to my team about this and see how they feel about it. Keep learning as much as I can about it. We’ll go from there.”
Jackson said last December that he “wouldn’t wish [COVID] on anybody” and reiterated that on Monday. But he still wouldn’t budge on whether he would get the vaccine, even when pressed that it puts the Ravens in a competitive disadvantage.
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