Simu Liu voices support for vaccines after revealing he lost grandparents to COVID-19
Simu Liu, the star of Marvel's 'Shang-Chi,' is voicing his support for COVID-19 vaccines after revealing he lost his grandparents to the virus.
Liu took to Twitter, writing, "I lost my grandparents to COVID last year. They were still waiting for their vaccines. I'm fortunate to have been double-vaccinated and boosted when I got COVID 2 weeks ago. Felt like a cold. The media needs to stop spotlighting opinions that are not rooted in facts or science."
I lost my grandparents to COVID last year. They were still waiting for their vaccines. I'm fortunate to have been double-vaccinated and boosted when I got COVID 2 weeks ago. Felt like a cold.The media needs to stop spotlighting opinions that are not rooted in facts or science.Read more: CTV News »
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With a higher majority of population immunized, the people in hospital with covid caught covid off others who have covid. Its not just unvaccinated spreading covid if majority are vaccinated. If unvaccinated dont have covid dont blame unvax for causing covid. Many support the vaccine. It's the mandates that are loosing their support.
Who? Were they vaxd? CTVNationalNews Tell me more You mean, another ACTOR who just went from zero to fabricated Marvel hero? You write these articles like we don't remember the past 3 years happened, and all the celebs who pushed vaccines and 'in this together' on their fans, from the comfort of their mansions. They are ACTORS.
I love Simu Liu
National vaccine committee recommends high-risk teens get a COVID-19 booster shotThe National Advisory Committee on Immunization is now recommending teenagers with underlying conditions or at high risk of COVID-19 exposure get a booster shot. Get the Facts about BA.2 Who's on the committee, Neon Rider?
Police on guard against 'lone wolves' as protest convoy arrives in Ottawa | CBC NewsOttawa's police chief says officials are watching for 'social media actors' and 'lone wolves' who might try to infiltrate this weekend's convoy protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Lone nuts, you mean. Good. That's what is needed. There are far too many people in Ottawa right now that would benefit from this turning violent. This would only play into CBCNews & Trudeau little game of division
England lifts COVID-19 restrictions as Omicron threat recedesMost coronavirus restrictions including mandatory face masks were lifted in England on Thursday, after Britain's government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and COVID-19 hospitalizations. Pls tell you boss Mr Trudeau to do the same.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Thursday | CBC NewsMost coronavirus restrictions, including mandatory face masks, were lifted in England on Thursday, after Britain's government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and COVID-19 hospitalizations. Now do it here! Buuuu huuuu, your lies are falling down CBC? Oh nooo 😱 what would you do once this government fells Where are you gonna get those milliks of dollars from US, the tax payers Here is what we need, the Truth
B.C. reports 13 more COVID-19 deaths, 141 in intensive careB.C. health officials says 90 per cent of people 12 and older have received second shot of COVID-19 vaccine The pandemic ended a long time ago With 75000000 vaccinated shots 11000 booster shots you can see how it is working / not
Police warn of ‘consequences’ for violence as trucker convoy nears Ottawa - National | Globalnews.caSeveral thousand people are expected in Ottawa as early as Friday as part of the Canada Unity group demanding an end to vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions. But dont Punish those who caused the Problems that Prompted the Hate. so what are they doing about threats already made towards media? let's start the scare tactics sorry only peaceful rally coming your way
Simu Liu, the star of Marvel's "Shang-Chi," is voicing his support for COVID-19 vaccines after revealing he lost his grandparents to the virus.The advice comes as more provincial health officers are transitioning to a position of learning to live with COVID-19 and loosening public health restrictions.Health minister says vaccines are 'not the enemy' as protest convoy descends on Ottawa At least hundreds more were expected throughout the day and over the weekend and Ottawa police Chief Peter Sloly says they aren't sure of the how large the rally would be.From Thursday, face coverings are no longer required by law anywhere in England, and a legal requirement for COVID passes for entry into nightclubs and other large venues has been scrapped.
Liu took to Twitter, writing, "I lost my grandparents to COVID last year. They were still waiting for their vaccines. Theresa Tam says kids and adolescents are still at low risk of serious illness in general from COVID-19 but because of the high rate of infection due to Omicron more kids are being admitted to hospital. I'm fortunate to have been double-vaccinated and boosted when I got COVID 2 weeks ago. The larger rally is expected on Saturday. Felt like a cold. Newsletter sign-up: Get The COVID-19 Brief sent to your inbox That data is not broken down by vaccination status but Tam said teenagers with two doses are at very low risk of severe outcomes, which is why for now Canada isn't following the U. The media needs to stop spotlighting opinions that are not rooted in facts or science." While infections continue to fall, health officials said that Omicron remained prevalent across the country, especially among children and the elderly.
" I lost my grandparents to COVID last year. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and recommending all adolescents get a third shot. While the protests are national in scope and massive in scale, he said they are also "polarizing in nature" and come with "significant risks. They were still waiting for their vaccines. I'm fortunate to have been double-vaccinated and boosted when I got COVID 2 weeks ago. Most kids five to 11 only became eligible for their second dose in late January and there is no talk of boosters for that age group yet. Felt like a cold. — @OttawaPolice Sloly points out organizers of the main convoy have promised demonstrations will be peaceful, but there have been various online threats locally, nationally and internationally inciting violence, hate and criminal acts. The media needs to stop spotlighting opinions that are not rooted in facts or science. The booster should be six months after their last dose, and would include fourth doses for teenagers with severely compromised immune systems who got a third dose as part of the primary vaccination series. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said last week that the surge of Omicron infections "has now peaked nationally.
— Simu Liu (刘思慕) (@SimuLiu) .