Rolovich: 'Lack of answers' led to vax refusal
7 days ago - By ESPN
Former Washington State coach Nick Rolovich told The Daily Wire that "lack of answers, lack of dialogue" about the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine led him to not comply with Gov. Jay Inslee's mandate for Washington state employees.
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