NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE DAKOTAS

NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE DAKOTAS

November 16, 2021 | A campaign from NFL Alumni Health, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aims to build COVID-19 vaccination confidence in areas around the country – including in North Dakota and South Dakota. Five-time Pro Bowler, three-time World Champion, and NFL Alumni President Bart Oates, and former World Champions and NFL Alumni Lead Ambassadors Billy Davis and Kyle Richardson are among the more than 50 players lending their voices to the education and awareness campaign. The effort encourages people to get informed, discuss their vaccine questions with their health care providers, and make the decision to get vaccinated. The initiative includes public service announcements, a campaign website, social media posts and local events held in collaboration with health care providers and public health organizations.

NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE DAKOTAS

JACKSONVILLE NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION

November 03, 2021 | – A campaign from NFL Alumni Health, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aims to build COVID-19 vaccination confidence in metro areas around the country – including Jacksonville, Fla. Former Jaguars linebacker and NFL Alumni Jacksonville Chapter president Najee Goode and former Jaguars linebacker Kyle Bosworth are among the more than 50 players lending their voices to the education and awareness campaign, which encourages people to get informed, address their vaccine questions with their healthcare providers and make the decision to get vaccinated. The initiative will include public service announcements, a campaign website, social media posts and local events in collaboration with healthcare providers and public health organizations.

NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE DAKOTAS

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NFL ALUMNI ENCOURAGE COVID-19 VACCINATION

October 22, 2021 | A campaign from NFL Alumni Health, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aims to build COVID-19 vaccination confidence in metro areas around the country – including southern California. Hall of Fame Los Angeles Raiders cornerback Mike Haynes, former Los Angeles Rams and San Diego Chargers Pro Bowl quarterback Jim Everett, NFL Alumni Southern California Chapter President and former Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys safety James Washington, and NFL Alumni Southern California Chapter Vice President and former Los Angeles Raiders fullback Jarrod Bunch are among the more than 50 players lending their voices to the education and awareness campaign, which encourages people to get informed, address their vaccine questions with their healthcare providers and make the decision to get vaccinated. The initiative will include public service announcements, a campaign website, social media posts and local events in collaboration with healthcare providers and public health organizations.