The Mexican television host Odalys Ramirez shared having received the booster vaccine against Covid-19, “I am vaccinated by choice and not by obligation,” he expressed in a recent publication on his Instagram account, where he sent a message to the anti-vaccines.
The sentimental partner of the Argentine actor and TV presenter Patricio Borghetti, He said he did not know what was in the vaccine that was given, nor the ones she received when she was a child. He also said he did not know what was in hamburgers of well-known brands “or in hot dogs, or in other drugs to treat cancer, AIDS, polyarthritis or vaccines for babies or children, I trust my doctor when he says it is necessary.”
Odalys Ramírez, 37 years old and originally from Mexico City, added that she is unaware of the content of Ibuprofen, Paracetamol or other medicines, she only knows that they cure her headache and other ailments.
“I don’t know the long-term effect of mobile phone use or if that restaurant where I just ate used clean food and if they washed their hands in the kitchen.”
In short, the presenter of the program “Cuéntamelo Ya!” from Televisa, said that there are many things that he does not know and will never know, “as a child and as an adult I was vaccinated against measles, polio, chickenpox, tetanus and many others; my parents and I trust science.”
I am vaccinated not to please the Government, but, to not die from Covid-19, to hug my loved ones.
What’s more, mentioned that when you get vaccinated, you will not occupy a hospital bed if you get sick, “to avoid having to do PCR or antigenic tests to go out, go to the restaurant, go on vacation and many other things, to live my life, so that Covid-19 is an old memory and to protect ourselves”.
Odalys Ramírez highlighted having been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 virus for her and for her loved ones, “also for those who, thanks to my vaccine, can afford to protest against their own.”
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Before the December holidays and the Omicron variant, the fourth wave of Covid-19 infections began, a disease that in Mexico has left more than 300 thousand people dead and more than five million worldwide.