Officials DO NOT believe the COVID-19 vaccination played any role in Hank Aaron’s death based on a preliminary investigation — this according to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office.
The 86-year-old MLB legend and his wife received the first of 2 vaccine doses at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta on Jan. 4. Hank died just a few weeks later on Jan. 22.
Some had worries the vaccine may have been a factor in the slugger’s death — but a rep for the FCME tells TMZ Sports it appears Hank died of natural causes unrelated to the COVID shot.
As we previously reported, Hank — along with other prominent Black leaders — decided to get the shot in front of the media in wishes of showing others in the community that the vaccine is safe.
One of the people who got vaccinated with Aaron is Ambassador Andrew Young — who ……
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