Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto discusses COVID-19, and urges people to get immunized.

“Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation,” Cavuto said in a statement from Fox News Media. “It’s not, because I did and I’m surviving this because I did.”

“I hope anyone and everyone gets that message loud and clear. Get vaccinated, for yourself and everyone around you,” Cavuto added.

Cavuto did not anchor his TuesdayCNN: Testing positive in afternoon slot

Neil Cavuto hosts “Your World With Neil Cavuto” on Fox News.
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Fox News regularly spread lies and misinformation regarding the COVID-19 virus vaccine on its shows. A earlier version of this article was published by the CDC. report from Media MattersThe conservative news network broadcast claims that raised doubts about the effectiveness and safety of the coronavirus vaccines in 99% of the days it covered over the past six months.

Another week earlier this week. Fox News anchor, John Roberts, deleted a vaccine-skeptical tweetIn response to Colin Powell’s death from COVID-19Clarifying that he is in favor of the vaccine, he said.

It’s all summer! Fox NewsThe company asked employees to inform them of their COVID-19 vaccination status.

This Tuesday CNN anchor John King revealed that he has multiple sclerosis and is immunocompromised, saying he was “grateful” to those who are vaccinated.

Only 57% have been completely vaccinated against coronavirus to date. Vaccinated people are at low riskThe risk of developing the virus is low and you are at very high risk for death or hospitalization. Coronavirus is a common cause of death, hospitalizations, or cases. among unvaccinated people


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