Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers shows his feet to show he doesn't have COVID toe.
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Aaron Rodgers has a fractured pinkie toe — not “COVID Toe,” a malady associated with COVID-19 that causes red and purple lesions on the feet of sufferers who’ve tested positive for the novel coronavirus, as Rodgers did on Nov. 3.
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