Sarah Palin said on Sunday that she would never be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine.
She said: “I don’t [get one].. I don’t do that, and they shouldn’t even touch my kids. “
She claimed to have innate immunity because she tested positive for COVID-19 in March.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin vowed not to get the coronavirus vaccine after claiming to have innate immunity because she was infected with COVID-19 in March.
Palin, a 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, said he would be vaccinated “on my corpse” on Sunday.
She also attacked Dr. Antony Forch, White House Chief Medical Advisor, for “inconsistent” in his advice on vaccines and immunity.
“Do you remember [Fauci] In an interview at an event hosted by the conservative group TurningPoint USA in Phoenix, Arizona, Palin said in a comment on Sunday. Report by Daily Mail..
“So at that time we were led to believe that we didn’t have to have a shot.
“Then they changed their tone. Our people who had COVID, even if we had it-we have innate immunity-still we I’m still saying I have to shoot. “
In fact, the medical advice that people previously infected with COVID-19 should still be vaccinated is consistent.
Reinfection has been observed for over a year, and in March 2021 IMarianne Guenot of nsider reported that people over the age of 65 were particularly at risk...
Early data suggests that Greatly increased chance of reinfection From a rapidly spreading variant of Omicron.
Nevertheless, Plain concluded that “I will be shot on my corpse.”
“I don’t. I don’t do that, and they shouldn’t even touch my kids.”
Sarah Palin She and her two children announced in the spring that they tested positive for COVID-19. He urged Americans to wear masks and take the pandemic seriously.
Dr. Fauci Said in September Those who previously tested positive for COVID-19 warned that they could probably be “protected” from reinfection, but that protection could be weakened.
President Joe Biden warned last week that unvaccinated Americans are facing a “winter of serious death and illness.” Especially because new variants of Omicron are spreading rapidly throughout the United States.
“But the good news is that if you get vaccinated and get a booster shot, you’ll be protected from serious illness and death,” Biden said Thursday. Per CNN..
Biden It is reportedly scheduled to issue a “severe warning” on Tuesday. To unvaccinated people about the risk of not receiving injections.
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