Matthew McConaughey recently made some statements that have medical experts concerned. He says he isn’t in support of children getting vaccinated from Covid19.
Matthew made the statements to writer Andrew Ross Sorkin, he urged the importance of “personal choice” in this matter.
“I’m vaccinated,” he said. “My wife’s vaccinated. I didn’t do it because someone told me I had to—[I] chose to do it.”
To his credit, Matthew also specified that he wants no part of the ridiculous conspiracy theories.
“Do I think that there’s any kind of scam or conspiracy theory? Hell no. We all got to get off that narrative. There’s not a conspiracy theory on the vaccines,” he said.
McConaughey clarified “Right now, I’m not vaccinating mine, I’ll tell you that,” he said.
“Not right, not right, not right,” tweeted Joy Henningsen, a clinical assistant professor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham/
“Extremely disappointed to see this from @McConaughey,” she added.
Not right, not right, not right
(*instead of “Alright, alright, alright”)
— Joy Henningsen, MD (@JoyHenningsenMD) November 10, 2021