Unvaccinated football player sets off wave of COVID-19 misinformation

An unvaccinated professional football player contracted COVID-19 and promoted a host of misinformation about COVID-19 immunity and ineffective alternative treatments, including ivermectin and homeopathic methods. He did so while falsely claiming that the vaccines don’t work because vaccinated people can still get COVID-19. Like all vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines are not 100 percent effective. But they are still the best protection against COVID-19 because they are the only way to safely gain immunity against the virus. There are effective treatments for COVID-19, but they are not a substitute for vaccination. And there is no evidence that ivermectin and homeopathic treatments are effective at preventing or treating COVID-19.

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