On Wednesday, Alec Baldwin hosted Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and had a long conversation in which both talked about the COVID-19 vaccine and also the current health debate in the United States.
On Baldwin’s Instagram account, the virtual coffee debate was published, which has reached around 1.8 million fans, and it also has been seen more than 170,000 times.
In the negotiation, Kennedy, who took a stance against vaccinations, echoed several of his thoughts with respect to Coronavirus vaccines, their creation, and Coronavirus pandemic that ignited significant discussion into the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine.
Above 150 potential COVID-19 medicines are being made across the whole world, and at least twenty-seven are in process and human taking trials, The New York Times says. On Wednesday, the country’s leading infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said that drug makers would have millions of COVID-19 medicines by the next year’s start and around one billion vaccines by the end of 2021.
That wasn’t the first time when Kennedy has linked with many stars in Hollywood to spread his message regarding Coronavirus vaccines.
In 2019, the environmental attorney had a debate with Jessica Biel at the California Capitol, which was supposed to be an anti-vaccination stance that opposes the bill that was presented om the state Senate.
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Please say thank you to the courageous @jessicabiel for a busy and productive day at the California State House.
At a time, Kennedy captioned a nine-image in an Instagram post that please say thank you to the brave, Jessica Biel, for the busy and progressive day at the California State House.
After facing criticism on social media, Jessica Biel came to Instagram to describe why she stood with Kennedy and speaking against the bill, and she is not an anti-vaxxer.