Joe Rogan Cancels Vancouver Live Show Due To Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates
Joe Rogan announced on his podcast that an upcoming sold-out show slated for April 20 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena will likely be canceled due to the venue requiring proof of vaccination for attendees.
“I don’t even think I can get into the country,” Rogan said, “I’m not vaccinated, I’m not gonna get vaccinated. I have antibodies. it doesn’t make any sense.”
While he said he wants to reschedule the show, it’s unclear whether Canada’s increased vaccine mandates will allow it to go off as planned.
Rogan has become a popular voice among an alarmingly growing number of vaccine skeptics in the United States.
He even contracted COVID-19 in September, and publicly claims that he was cured by taking drugs like Ivermectin and Z-Paks, which are not currently recommended by the FDA or CDC to treat COVID.
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