Some had issues the vaccine may have been a consider the sluggers death– however a representative for the FCME tells TMZ Sports it appears Hank died of natural causes unassociated to the COVID shot.
As we formerly reported, Hank– together with other prominent Black leaders– decided to get the shot in front of the media in hopes of showing others in the neighborhood that the vaccine is safe.
Among the people who got vaccinated with Aaron is Ambassador Andrew Young– who told KSDK in Atlanta the MLB legend “never had any response” to the shot prior to his death.
” I talked to the fella who was his motorist,” Young told KSDK … “And I said, Was Hank feeling any pain or any problem over the last couple of days? And he said, No.”.
Were told Aarons primary doctor will ultimately accept cause of the death on Hanks death certificate– but so far, there does not appear to any proof revealing a link to the COVID vaccine.
Aaron– one of the best baseball players of perpetuity– raved about the vaccine in the days after the shot … informing AP,” [It] makes me feel wonderful. I do not have any qualms about it at all.”.
” I feel rather pleased with myself for doing something like this. … Its just a little thing that can assist zillions of individuals in this country.”.
Hank Aarons life has been celebrated by a few of the most powerful and well-known people in the world– consisting of President Biden, President Barack Obama, Magic Johnson, Mike Trout, Barry Bonds and more.
Each time Henry Aaron rounded the bases, he wasnt simply chasing a record, he was helping us chase after a better version of ourselves– melting away the ice of bigotry to show that we can be much better as a country. He was an American hero. God bless, Henry “Hank” Aaron.– President Biden (@POTUS) January 23, 2021.
Each time Henry Aaron rounded the bases, he wasnt simply chasing after a record, he was helping us chase a better variation of ourselves– melting away the ice of bigotry to show that we can be much better as a nation. He was an American hero. God bless, Henry “Hank” Aaron.– President Biden (@POTUS) January 23, 2021.
Officials DO NOT believe the COVID-19 vaccination played any role in Hank Aarons death based upon a preliminary examination– this according to the Fulton County Medical Examiners workplace.
The 86-year-old MLB legend and his partner got the first of 2 vaccine doses at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta on Jan. 4. Hank died just a few weeks later Jan. 22.