Land the administrative department vaccines to fight covid-19 It is being one of the greatest challenges of most of the countries of the world and, especially, of the United States. The medical data provided demonstrate the benefits of vaccination against the virus but, despite this, it is still there are many citizens who refuse to be vaccinated.
For this reason, initiatives such as those of Ray Allen are so well received within an American medical community very concerned about the rise in deniers and anti-vaccines. The NBA legend had no qualms about publishing his thoughts on the matter, sending a clear message to those who have not yet been vaccinated … and have no intention of doing so.
In his message, Allen asks who is vaccinated? And it lists:
1. Donald Trump and all other living Presidents.
2. All 50 Governors, both Republicans and Democrats.
3. About 100% of US Congressmen.
4. 96% of doctors in this country.
5. Between 75% and 80% of the military (soon 100%)
And then he asks again: Who is not vaccinated?
99.2% of people who are now dying from covid-19.
To further underscore the importance of his message, Allen ends with a statement that is lapidary:
“Denying the truth does not change the facts! For the record, no one is telling you to get vaccinated. Everyone can argue and fight over the statistics all they want, the goal of the post is report that most people who work in the government, hospitals and creating policies on covid are vaccinated. But hey, you choose it!
Among the most influential in American society who echoed Allen’s words is Micky Arison, owner of the Heat. The billionaire shared Allen’s post on his Instagram account and, despite the fact that the former player’s message is to be shared, there is no shortage of musings about it.
Ray Allen earned legendary status in the Heat by helping the team win the 2013 title. The fabulous shooter has taken his footsteps into the coaching world and his goal may be to take the bench. Miami. That at this moment is impossible, due to the presence of Erik SpoelstraBut Allen, who coaches in the NCAA, maintains close ties with Arison.