On Monday, Dr. Drew Pinsky’s attitude towards vaccine passports caused him to fail his grades among Twitter users.
This happened after doctors and media professionals suggested on Twitter that international travel requires a passport to be vaccinated Deprive people of their freedom.
Pince Gene knew nothing about a key fact and was immediately dragged down by Twitter users: since the 1940s, certain international trips have required vaccinations.
Not surprisingly, many Twitter users were shocked because nationally renowned doctors like Pinsky did not realize that international travel often requires vaccinations.
After a large-scale “adjustment” to the tweet, Pinsky clearly decided that rather than admit that he was wrong, it would be better to publish the secret quote of former President Theodore Roosevelt.
Fortunately, a Twitter user managed to translate Pinsky’s real message.
So far, Pinsky has not admitted that, yes, vaccination passports have been part of international travel for decades.
However, he finally gave up the false freedom claim and made a simple request that Americans want to buy a COVID-19 vaccine.
Yahoo News said that in December, Pinsky was diagnosed with COVID-19, and a few months later, he apologized for calling the pandemic a “news-induced panic.”
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