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Reporter Who Wants to Have Baby Forced to Quit ESPN over Vax Mandate

'I must put my family and personal health first...'

ESPN college football reporter Allison Williams resigned her position on Thursday rather than receive a COVID-19 vaccine while she tries to conceive a baby, The Hill reported.

Williams said she supports vaccinations in general but cannot accept this vaccine.

“While my work is incredibly important to me, the most important role I have is as a mother,” she said.

“Throughout our family planning with our doctor, as well as a fertility specialist, I have decided not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at this time while my husband and I try for a second child,” she continued. “I must put my family and personal health first.”

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ESPN said in a statement that it is offering and reviewing exemption requests, but Williams apparently did not apply for or receive a medical exemption.

“We are going through a thorough review of accommodation requests on a case by case basis, and are granting accommodations where warranted,” an ESPN spokesperson said in a statement. “Our focus is on a safe work environment for everyone.”

Williams said in a statement on Twitter that her choice to resign rather than accept a vaccine pained her, though she has come to peace with it.

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Neither vaccine manufacturers nor federal regulators have conducted long-term studies on the vaccine’s effects on fertility. Some women have reported fertility problems after taking the vaccine.

“This was a deeply difficult decision to make and it’s not something I take lightly,” Williams said. “I understand vaccines have been essential in the effort to end this pandemic; however, taking the vaccine at this time is not in my best interest.”

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