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2024 Presidential Candidate Spotlight: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

With the 2024 Presidential Election approaching very soon, all of the candidates for the Republicans and Democrats have begun their campaigning with hopes to be nominated for their respective parties. The candidate highlighted in this article is a candidate that is seen as one of the more controversial figures in the race today for his tendencies to traverse traditional political lines on certain issues and provide strong statements on hot-button issues like the handling of COVID-19 and vaccines.

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Rodgers’ Fake Vaccination Draws Criticism

How can we know for sure that a person is actually vaccinated when there is easy accessibility to fake vaccine cards, heavy rules and social norms about the privacy of medical records, and a large stigma around the identifier “unvaccinated”, giving people ample motivation to lie. These questions entered the sports world recently when it was found out that Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been lying about his vaccine status for the entire season, and was caught after he tested positive for Covid-19.

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Alaska Offers Free Vaccinations to Tourists

Alaska’s Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced this month that starting on June 1st the state will provide tourists with vaccines at four of their major airports. Any tourist (16 and older) that travels to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, or Ketchikan airports will be able to receive their first dose of either the Pfizer or the Moderna vaccine for free. Alaska officials recognize that some may not stay in the state long enough in time for their second dose, but the state will offer it to them if they do. This plan is part of Alaska’s effort to boost its tourism industry which was hit hard due to the pandemic.

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J&J Asks Other Companies to Join Investigation of Blood Clotting After COVID-19 Vaccination

Recently, federal healthcare agencies have advised Johnson & Johnson to cease administering their COVID-19 vaccine temporarily. According to Reuters, this advice was given after six women under fifty developed blood clotting following the shot. Business Insider reports that the women were between the ages of eighteen and forty-eight and now suffer from a blood clot in the brain called central venous sinus thrombosis (CVST). Overall, 6.8 million Americans have had the J&J vaccine.

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