The former club of Hank Aaron indicated that the legendary player died “peacefully in his sleep”
FAKE OFF – Hank Aron’s ex-club says that the legendary player has passed away “peacefully asleep”
“He died in his sleep, just as my father left thirty years ago. Keisha Bottoms, Democratic Mayor ofAtlanta, denied on Sunday rumors of death of Hank Aaron, legend about baseball, who died Friday at the age of 86.
Henry Louis Aaron, nicknamed “Hank”, had received the first dose of Modern vaccine against Covid-19 January 5th. The former Atlanta Braves player, vaccinated with about twenty Americans – including his wife and the mother of the mayor of Atlanta -, had then declared “Proud” to have received the injection and had encouraged compatriots to follow his example.
The announcement of his death, ten days after the injection, aroused suspicion among several Internet users. “Do you still not like the elders?” Get them vaccinated ”, ironic thus, a Facebook post was forwarded more than 2000 times. In the United States, Robert Kennedy Jr., known for his opposition to vaccines, educated the death of the “suspected” player.
The Mayor of Atlanta rejected any connection between the vaccine and Hank Aaron’s death. ” I share [cette information] because the vaccine will not prevent all deaths, but it will have a very important effect on preventing deaths from coronavirus, which disproportionately affects minority communities, ”said Keisha Bottoms.
The player’s former club explained that Hank Aaron is dead “Peaceful in sleep”. The information was also passed on by the American Baseball League.
Morehouse College, a university in Atlanta that Hank Aaron was a donor to, too highlighted to the local press that the former player had not had “side effects” after the vaccination. He had been vaccinated at the site of his medical studies.
Data from clinical trials of the vaccine ” did not support the role of the vaccine in mortality ”, have remembered on Atlanta Journal Constitution Walter Orenstein, physician and former director of the United States Vaccination Program.