‘If I can do it, you can,’ Madavo told the audience after receiving the COVID vaccine
MSNBC host Rachel Madavo offered an emotional plea for those hesitant to receive the coronovirus vaccine.
Medadow closed its show with its “Vaccination New York” sticker on Friday night after receiving its one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
She Viewers felt her “completely fine”, but her hand hurt “a little” and she felt “a little tempted.” She Many states also accepted reports of those feeling worse than the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
But then he targeted those in the “left” and “center” media who were not comfortable with the vaccine.
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“I’m not going to go on about this forever, but I just want to say one thing about the vaccine,” Madavo said. “I think this is the discourse in the American media, not in the general media, but in the conservative media. … I feel that a lot has been done about people who, like, patronize, snowboek discussion, who don’t Want to get the vaccine. I’ll just tell you, I know a lot of people in my personal life, people in my marching order, my companions, people I love and respect and there are many people who Ogi or one feels a little reluctant to get the vaccine. “
“I think there’s been a lot, type, conservation, snowboard discussion about people not wanting to get a vaccine.”
“Besides, a lot of people in my life are super eager to get it and are hand-in-hand for an appointment and can’t wait to do it, but with that, I get to see so many people Also know those who are just hoping no one will see that they haven’t gone because they’re still finishing it, they’re like dragging their feet about it, they’re like spreading it. I’m just I want to say that there is nothing to be ashamed of, ”Madado told the audience.
“It is not necessary to feel a bit that you are born from, you know, some rank ignorance because you have been drafted into some conspiratorial anti-vaccine movement, although there is one in this country.”
The MSNBC star expressed his “legitimate” fear of needles, who is also a “stay-away-as-the-doctor-for-everything” person. She Viewers also shared about the “poor response” they received a shot they had received years earlier, saying that “I’m not lying, it made me worry.”
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“I had legitimate fear and ambiguity. I felt scared and I did it anyway,” Madavo said. “So listen, if you’re like me and you’re feeling bored or resistant, or if you’re just dragging your feet about whether you’re going to get the vaccine or not, I get it. You’re a jerk. No. Or some kind of idiot or some conspiracy theorist to feel that way. A lot of us have different reasons to be reluctant or afraid… I’m right there with you, I’d totally get it. Hmmm. But here’s the thing, here’s the thing. I feel like I have total clarity about doing this now: It’s not for you. You’re not doing it for yourself. If you’re all like me , Your own health, your own risk is not a big rational driver… Fair enough. “
“But you’re not getting the vaccine for you, even if you don’t care if you’re going to get the COVID yourself. … What do you care about, what are the steps you’ll take, that will scale Decisively suggests to get in. The shot that you don’t really want is this: it’s that you don’t really want to be the person who gets it and spreads it to other people, even if There is a risk of getting it yourself.
She Pleaded with his audience, “God, if you don’t get vaccinated and then you get COVID and you inadvertently spread it to other people you know or encounter and they get sick from it Or die from it. They give. It dies to their family members and then to their mother or their father. You, Since You There will be no vaccination. I mean, God forbid, can you live with yourself in that situation? … it’s not For you“
Madavo asked those hesitant to get the vaccine whether the “fear” of the shot was “frightening” compared to the likelihood that the virus would spread.
“It’s okay to feel reluctant or bored or scared and don’t want to get it. It’s not a shame. But feel the fear and overcome it. Get over it,” Madavo urged the audience. “Because most of it is not for you. It’s to keep you from getting it and spreading it. Seriously, if I can get it and fear and worry and relief and gratitude about it, that I can , Can lead to such an emotional release. ” Cry through it like having a baby in front of a lot of people and if I can do it, you can do it! “