L'ospedale del Michigan termina la relazione con il quarterback dei Vikings Kirk Cousins ​​per la sua posizione sul vaccino

L'Holland Hospital nel Michigan occidentale ha dichiarato che sta terminando la sua relazione con il quarterback dei Minnesota Vikings Kirk Cousins ​​sulla sua posizione sui vaccini Covid-19.

The hospital announced the cancellation of its agreement with Cousins after he refused to say at a news conference whether he is vaccinated, chiamandolo a “very private health decision.
While we acknowledge that each person is entitled to their own viewpoints, those who speak on our behalf must support messages that align with the hospital’s position on matters of vital importance to individual and community health,” the hospital said in a statement. “Per questa ragione, Holland Hospital will discontinue using Kirk Cousins as our spokesperson for now.
      Cousins spoke to the media after being placed on the team’s Covid-19 protocols when he was named a close contact of a teammate who tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week. Collins said he was “in pace” with his choice.
        Holland Hospital said it is “orgoglioso” of its association with Cousins, ma “we must be certain that our communications about COVID vaccination are consistent and unequivocal,” diceva la dichiarazione.
            L'anno scorso, Cousins said he is taking asurvival of the fittestapproach to the pandemic.
            If I get it, I’m going to ride it out,” Cousins said. “I’m going to let nature do its course. Survival-of-the-fittest kind of approach. And just say, if it knocks me out, it knocks me out. I’m going to be OK. Sai, even if I die. If I die, I die. I kind of have peace about that.

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