Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spoke Friday about his frantic journey out of Peru in advance of an airport shutdown that was prompted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The 36-12 months-previous star was in the South American nation before this month during the coronavirus outbreak. COVID-19 has led to a lot more than 27,three hundred fatalities worldwide. He said he “designed it by about 15 minutes” in his non-public plane.
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“Have you seen the motion picture ‘Argo’? The scene at the close wherever they’re racing to the airport and, no person was chasing us, fortunately, or holding us,” he advised McAfee & Hawk: Sporting activities Communicate on Friday. “We did not have to converse Farsi to get back in the place, but there was some moments wherever we ended up anxious we ended up not gonna get out.
“It was absolute pandemonium at the airport.”
Rodgers and the Packers reached the NFL playoffs last year, dropping to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game.