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(LifeSiteNews) – The National Football League (NFL) has officially ended all COVID protocols just a couple weeks after the second Super Bowl in the era of COVID mandates.

The administration of the NFL agreed with the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) to be done with COVID restrictions. The change was outlined in a memo sent to all 32 clubs.

“Based on current encouraging trends regarding the prevalence and severity of COVID-19, the evolving guidance from the CDC, changes to state law and counsel of our respective experts, the NFL and NFLPA have agreed to suspend all aspects of the joint COVID-19 protocols, effective immediately,” the memo reads.

The end to the protocols means that there will be no more testing of players, even of players, like NFL MVP Aaron Rogers, who decided to trust their immune system rather than the experimental and abortion-tainted COVID jab.

Masks are no longer required, and all the signs telling people to arbitrarily stand six feet apart will be taken down. Capacity limits in various rooms in team facilities will be gone as well.

The NFL becomes the first professional league in America to drop all measures.


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