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Sport Bills WR Cole Beasley offers to buy game tickets for unvaccinated fans

18:00  17 september  2021
18:00  17 september  2021 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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Buffalo Bills receiver Cole Beasley has been perhaps the most outspoken NFL player when it comes to his own anti-vaccine views, and now, he’s made it clear that he’s willing to go above and beyond to support Bills fans who believe the way he does.

  Bills WR Cole Beasley offers to buy game tickets for unvaccinated fans © Provided by Touchdown Wire

Per Jason Wolf of the Buffalo News, Beasley and long-snapper Reid Ferguson have responded to the Bills’ mandate that proof of vaccination is required to attend games at Highmark Stadium, and the fans who refuse to get vaccinated and are thus planning to see the Bills in away games, by offering to make sure those fans have tickets for away games.

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At this time, only four teams — the Seahawks, Raiders, Saints, and Bills — require proof of vaccination as a condition for attendance in their home stadiums. Which means that the Bills’ Week 2 game at Miami, as well as road games against the Chiefs, Titans, Jaguars, Jets, Buccaneers, and Patriots would be open season for Bills fans who refuse to protect themselves against COVID-19 in what has been proven to be the most effective method to date.

Beasley responded to one Bills fan who refuses to get the shots thusly:

“I’ve had Covid, so in my opinion, I’ve already got the antibodies,” Hauquitz told the Buffalo News. “I think they’re just as good as the vaccine. The vaccine came out pretty rushed. I don’t really know all the information. In my opinion, there’s so little information out there and it all seems to be one-sided. And then, personally, my religious beliefs. I think God created me for a purpose. He has a plan for my life. And whether I have the vaccine or not, I’m taken care of.”

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Hauquitz also said that when he got COVID, it was his decision to “take a chicken pox approach” and pass it along to his entire family, including his children, who range in age from 23 months to 12 years.

Ferguson is in on this, too.

Erie County, New York, where Buffalo is located, reported 1,449 new Covid-19 cases last week, a 10% increase from the previous week, according to health department data.

In July, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the Chief Medical Advisor to the President, revealed that unvaccinated individuals account for virtually all — 97 percent — of the COVID hospitalizations and deaths in the United States. And just three states — Florida, Texas, and Missouri; three states with lower vaccination rates — accounted for 40 percent of all cases nationwide.  For the second week in a row, one in five of all cases occurred in Florida alone.  And within communities, these cases were primarily among unvaccinated people.

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Perhaps Beasley has some extra cash lying around due to his professed intent to approve of vaccines if he and his family can profit from them.

Perhaps not. As for the Bills fans looking to see their team this way, thoughts and prayers to them, and everybody they come into contact with.

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