drummer Parada’s house He was kicked out of the band offspring, who has played with him since 2007, due to his refusal to take the vaccine against Covid-19. The musician announced his exit from the band that released the album Let the bad times roll In April, through Instagram.
In his text, Barada attributed the rejection of the vaccine to a rare immune condition called Guillain-Barré syndrome, in which the degeneration of nerve cells in the body can paralyze various motor functions.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), exacerbation of Guillain-Barré syndrome is a very rare side effect of a few vaccines against coronavirus, specifically those produced by the adenovirus, such as AstraZeneca and Janssen. Less than 0.001% of Guillain-Barré’s cases were detected in both US and EU vaccine applications.
However, Parada wrote in his letter that the decision not to take the vaccine was made with his doctor, and that “The risks outweigh the benefits“. “I don’t have negative feelings for my group. They do what’s best for them, just like me.”He still said.
The musician also asked for the fans’ understanding and said,People who hesitate to get this vaccine deserve to be heard.Meanwhile, the offspring did not take an official position on the departure of the drummer.
What exacerbated Parada’s condition in the group was the formation of the singer Dexter HollandHe received a PhD in Molecular Biology in 2017.
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