“There is a virus here, which kills people and the only way to avoid it is: get vaccinated, wear a mask, respect distances, always wash your hands and don’t think ‘ah my freedom is limited’. To hell with your freedom.” Arnold Schwarzenegger vents with those in the US, faced with the worrying resumption of the coronavirus pandemic, opposing the return to the mask.
“You have the freedom not to wear the mask, but you know what, you’re a fool if you don’t wear it, because you have to protect your fellow citizens,” added the actor and former Republican governor of California, addressing, in an interview with CNN, to the Americans who “deny” the gravity of the pandemic.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a personal choice in the United States.
As per Hopkins Medicine “Some people are deciding not to get the coronavirus vaccines until more people have had them. Vaccine hesitancy can affect people of all different backgrounds, ages and ethnicities. But waiting too long to be vaccinated allows the coronavirus to continue spreading in the community, with new variants emerging.”
Vaccine hesitancy is caused by religious factors, lack of faith in the rushed vaccines, side effects and a host of other reasons.
Tom Hanks son saysno to COVID-19 Vaccine
“Just as you have a right to be mad at me for saying I won’t get the vaccine, I have a right not to take that m … ” said Chet Hanks, the son of the ‘Forrest Gump’ and ‘The Terminal’ actor. I wanted to do it, but my immune system said it doesn’t need to be tampered with. We are real. 99% of you wouldn’t use a shampoo that isn’t FDA approved, but you’re willing to get some experimental government injections. That is fine”.
His father Tom Hanks and his mother Rita Wilson were the first Hollywood stars to publicly announce that they had contracted the virus by shooting the upcoming film ‘Elvis in Queensland’ in Australia, (the couple was then hospitalized at Gold Coast University Hospital)