Sumary of Dan Rather Tweeted #RatherBeVaccinated And Here’s What Happened Next:
- Former CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather tweeted a hashtag, #RatherBeVaccinated, and asked, “will .
- ” (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Audible) Getty Images for Audible On Friday at 11:28 am, former CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather posed a question to the Twittersphere.
- The Covid-19 vaccines remain pretty much free to everyone, and serious adverse events from vaccination remain quite rare, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- MORE FOR YOU Meanwhile, studies have shown that the Covid-19 vaccines can significantly reduce your risk of death from Covid-19. That’s why the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- Johnson Covid-19 vaccine have received emergency use authorization (EUA).
- Nevertheless, this certainly wasn’t the first study to provide scientific evidence that Covid-19 vaccines can protect you against infections and death from Covid-19. Now, avoiding death may not be the only reason why you’d choose to do or not do something.
- ” So some people using the #RatherBeVaccinated hashtag did mention other non-death reasons to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
- For example, this tweet mentioned a ventilator: English supermodel and singer-songwriter Karen Elson threw in another complication of getting infected with the Covid-19 coronavirus: And this tweet read like a menu, but not a good menu: OK, being dewormed is not a risk of Covid-19 in and of itself.