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While two of Fox News’ celebrity presenters and their guests have questioned vaccination efforts, the station has also produced its own vaccine PSA, a 30-second commercial starring presenters and presenters Steve Doocy, Harris Faulkner, Dana Perino and John Roberts . “If you can, get the vaccine,” said Ms. Faulkner in the ad.
Fox News’ main political anchor Bret Baier said in an Instagram post that he was “grateful” for the shot. In May, the presenters of “Fox & Friends” spoke on-air of their “relief” from the vaccination. And Ms. Faulkner held a prime-time special in February that was partly aimed at debunking “general myths” about the vaccine.
Prime-time Fox News host Sean Hannity, who fell behind Mr Carlson in the rating race during the Trump years, said on a May episode of Hannity that he was planning to get a Covid-19 recording . “I believe in science and I believe in vaccinations,” he said.
“Talk to your doctor,” he continued. “You don’t have to talk to people on TV and radio who are not doctors.”
Mrs. Ingraham was more skeptical. Last week she accused the news media of exaggerating the Covid-19 threat to children and often refusing to discuss side effects related to the vaccines, despite such results being reported by The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN and other media outlets has been.
“Despite what the experts either got wrong or lied, they still think parents should trust them and inject their children with an experimental drug to prevent a disease that almost none of those children will ever develop,” said them on their show. Ms. Ingraham did not reveal whether she received a Covid vaccine.
While children are less likely to get Covid-19, data from the American Academy of Pediatrics showed that more than four million children have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, that more than 16,500 have been hospitalized and that more than 300 have been in the hospital USA died.