American rock band “The Offspring” drummer Pat Parda has revealed that he has been barred from joining his band mates on an upcoming tour for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
In a detailed post about it. Instagram On account, Prada explained that she decided not to take the vaccine because her doctor had warned her that taking the job would be more dangerous to her than the corona virus. The musician suffers from Gillian-Berry syndrome, a rare but serious autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack healthy nerve cells in the body’s peripheral nervous system. According to Parada, the disease dates back to his childhood and only “progressively worsened” during his lifetime.
“Unfortunately for me, (and my family – who is expecting me to live a little longer) the risks outweigh the benefits,” he said of the vaccine.
Drummer said he had fought a mild case of COVID-19 a year ago, once before, and was “confident” he would be able to handle it if he was affected again. However, failure to obtain the vaccine has led to her being considered “unsafe in the studio and on tour”.
“I mention it because you won’t see me in these upcoming shows. I also want to share my story so that anyone who is still suffering from the pain and loneliness of being left behind knows. They are not completely alone. ” The 48-year-old said.
Prada added that although he has “no negative feelings” about his band and wishes them well, he is “heartbroken” not to see his road community and connect with fans. ۔
He also expressed “unequivocal” support for “informed consent” to the vaccination, but noted that the decision should be “cumbersome through coercion”. “I don’t think it’s more ethical or wise to allow those with the most power (government, corporations, organizations, employers) to tell the least powerful about medical procedures,” he added.
After leaving the band for which he worked for 14 years, the drummer is planning to start a project and is also planning to release some music with his daughter.