For the Green Bay Packers quarterback, there are more important things than the NFL return today.
Aaron Rodgers in a game with the Green Bay Packers.
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After two months in social isolation to reduce coronavirus infections, not all of them are doing well in their quarantine and one of them is Aaron Rodgers, who said the quarantine looks more like an arrest.
In an interview for TMZ, the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers He criticized quarantine as an efficient measure and compared it to house arrest: “I think we were all accepting the idea of quarantine to flatten the curve. I think there are many questions now that it is more a house arrest to find a cure, with people wondering exactly what that means, regarding the future of the country and the freedoms that we are allowed to have at this time. “
Rodgers also expressed that there are more important things at the moment than Nfl: “I think the important thing is to think about the state of the country and the fact that we have more than 36 million people unemployed at the moment; Obviously, there are increasing levels of poverty that accompany unemployment, and that has a direct line to suicide, which has increased 8,000 percent. There are a lot of problems in the country right now associated with fear around this pandemic, and I hope we can use a little common sense to move forward and make decisions that are in the best interest of all people. And I hope that sport will be part of that at some point. “
The Green Bay Packers of Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the NFL teams continue without resuming activities.