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Today show host Al Roker, who is double-vaccinated and boosted, recently revealed that he took a week off due to blood clot issues.
The iconic TV weatherman admitted in a tweet Monday that he hadn’t appeared on NBC’s morning show for the past week because he’d been hospitalized for a clot that had traveled from his leg to his heart.
“So many of you have thoughtfully asked where I’ve been,” Roker tweeted. I was admitted to the hospital last week due to a blood clot in my leg that had spread to my lungs. I am extremely fortunate to be receiving excellent care and on the mend. Thank you for your kind words and prayers.”
So many of you have thoughtfully inquired as to where I’ve been. I was admitted to the hospital last week due to a blood clot in my leg that had spread to my lungs. I am extremely fortunate to be receiving excellent care and on the mend. Thank you for your kind words and prayers.
Roker revealed in late September 2022 that he had tested positive for Covid despite saying he “got boosted last week.” He claimed that the injection lessened the severity of his symptoms.
While it’s unclear whether Roker’s problem was caused by the numerous experimental vaccines he received, the CDC has admitted that blood clots are a serious side effect of Covid vaccines, though they claim they’re mostly linked to the Johnson & Johnson jab.
Morticians and embalmers have also reported finding massive blood clots in the blood of cadavers, a phenomenon that they believe began shortly after the COVID vaccine was made available.
Given his current health issues, it is unclear whether Roker will continue his Covid vaccine regimen.