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Awkward Flu Jabs Attempted at Golden Globes

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

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  • Hosts Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh featured a flu shot stunt during the 76th Golden Globe Awards ceremony
  • They told the audience to roll up their sleeves, as they would all be getting flu shots, while people in white coats stormed down the aisles, syringes in hand
  • Samberg added that anti-vaxxers could put a napkin over their head if they wanted to be skipped
  • The stunt only serves as a seemingly desperate attempt to make flu shots relevant and in vogue
  • During the 2017 to 2018 flu season, only 37 percent of U.S. adults received a flu shot, and the overall adjusted vaccine effectiveness against influenza A and B virus infection was just 36 percent

In what can only be described as a new level of propaganda, hosts Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh featured a flu shot stunt during the 76th Golden Globe Awards ceremony. They told the audience to roll up their sleeves, as they would all be getting flu shots, while people in white coats stormed down the aisles, syringes in hand.

Most of the audience looked thoroughly uneasy at the prospect of having a stranger stick them with a needle in the middle of an awards show. But perhaps the worst part of the scene was when Samberg added that anti-vaxxers could put a napkin over their head if they wanted to be skipped, basically suggesting that anyone opposed to a flu shot deserved to be branded with a proverbial scarlet letter.


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