“I’m not against vax,” Rogan said in his podcast, The experience of Joe Rogan, Thursday. “Instead, I said I believe they are safe and I encourage more people to take them. I just said if you are a healthy teenager, you don’t want them.
Rogan had already said that young people are in good health it should not be difficult receiving a severe coronavirus vaccine.
“If you’re a healthy person, and you exercise regularly, and you’re young, and you’re eating well, like, I don’t think you have to worry about this,” he said. his manifestation.
“It’s not right,” Dr. Fauci told NBC Today Show Wednesday, I explain that Rogan’s ideas are as logical as “you’re just claiming to be yourself.” Even if a young, healthy person is infected with a small or insignificant virus, he or she may be able to spread the virus to vulnerable people.
“You can get the virus, and you can get the virus, if you put yourself at risk,” the doctor explained. “And even if you don’t have any symptoms, you’re spreading the plague.”
Rogan’s comments also drew the ire of White House.
“I think my first question is, did Joe Rogan become a doctor when we didn’t look,” White House communications manager Kate Bedingfield said told CNN. “I do not believe that following the scientific and medical advice of Joe Rogan is the best way to get people to know him.”
On Thursday, Rogan appeared to agree.
“I am not a doctor. I have af *** ing moron. I am a veteran commentator, ”he said in his podcast. “I’m not an informed source of information, even for me.”
Three clinical trials used in the United States – Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson – have shown that all three are very effective and safe for adults of all ages.