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Thursday, June 13, 2024

MSNBC Host Shocked Her Kids Rejected Holiday COVID Booster

'No, we don’t want to. We’ve had enough vaccines and we don’t think we need them... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) MSNBC host Katty Kay said on air that she was “shocked and appalled” that her children did not get COVID boosters.

“I had a strange conversation with my 22-year-old and my 16-year-old last night, I said, ‘Okay, I booked you in for COVID updates, you’re both back for holidays, you’re going to get your boosters,’ and both of them said, ‘No, we don’t want to. We’ve had enough vaccines and we don’t think we need them,’” Kay told her co-host Dr Exekiel Emanuel on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

“How can you — I was sort of shocked and appalled, but is this the kind of response you’re seeing from young people at the moment, that they think this is over and they don’t need any more vaccines?” Kay asked Emanuel.

According to the Daily Caller, only 5.5% of Americans between 18- and 24-years-old got the bivalent COVID booster, whereas 66% of the same age group received the initial vaccine.

“We keep thinking vaccines are going to prevent getting COVID. They don’t prevent getting COVID,” Emanuel told Kay. “What they prevent is serious illness, hospitalization and death. And young people think they’re invincible — and yes, they are at lower risk from COVID, but that’s not zero risk.”

Emanuel said that there are only two things that eliminate risk of COVID.

“One is a good mask,” he explained, flashing his N95. “… the other is better indoor ventilation.”

Both masking and implementing high-end ventilation systems are “no longer priorities,” according to Emanuel.

These statements follow revelations that the government pressured social media platforms into censoring anti-vaccine sentiments and several government entities have announced their intention to investigate the vaccine as well.

President Joe Biden also recently signed the 2023 defense bill into law, which ended the vaccination mandate for all military personnel.

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