Every health care professional I've come across in the last few days tells me the two shots of Pfizer I got in February are what's keeping a 52-year-old like me from a far worse experience than the awful one I'm having. — Rich Eisen, NFL Network anchor
Every health care professional I've come across in the last few days tells me the two shots of Pfizer I got in February are what's keeping a 52-year-old like me from a far worse experience than the awful one I'm having. — Rich Eisen, NFL Network anchor
'It's possible, folks': NFL Network's Rich Eisen has COVID-19 despite being vaccinated
Coronavirus cases have been on the rise again across the country due to the delta variant, though statistically the U.S. is still doing far better than it was in January. Eisen received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine in February, the same month he traveled to Tampa Bay for Super Bowl 55.

"Every health care professional I’ve come across in the last few days tell me the two shots of Pfizer I got in February are what’s keeping a 52-year-old like me from a far worse experience than the awful one I’m having," Eisen wrote in the post. "So, be careful if you’re vaccinated and, if you’re not vaccinated, don’t wait another second."


Eisen wrote in his post that he does have symptoms of the virus, but did not specify what they were. Common symptoms include loss of taste or smell, fever, cough and shortness of breath.

Over 334 million vaccine doses have been administered in the U.S., with about 48.2% of the country's population fully vaccinated. COVID-19 vaccinations are believed to have saved almost 300,000 lives, according to a recent study.
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