The broadcaster of the vaccine article died of Covid-19

AmericaThe famous broadcaster Enyart, who was adamant against the Covid-19 vaccine, died of complications after contracting the virus.

“It hurts to say that my close friend and colleague on Real Science Radio has been taken down by Covid-19,” Fred Williams posted on Facebook, announcing the death of broadcaster Robert “Bob.” Enyar, 62, earlier this week.

Broadcaster Enyart is famous for being anti-Covid-19 vaccine. In October last year, Enyart also won a lawsuit against the state of Colorado over the anti-epidemic restrictions.

“We have our own rights, even the obligation to worship God, and the government is not allowed to interfere,” Enyart told CNN after the ruling.

Broadcaster Robert Bob Enyart in a Colorado studio in 2012. Photo: Denver Post.

Announcer Robert “Bob” Enyart in a Colorado studio in 2012. Photo: Denver Post.

Enyart and his wife Cheryl in August announced a boycott of the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. He was one of a number of conservative broadcasters in the US who recently died of Covid-19 after complaining about the order to wear masks and doubting vaccines.

Florida broadcaster Marc Bernier, 65, who once opposed wearing masks and Covid-19 vaccines, also died after contracting nCoV last month.

The US is the largest epidemic area in the world with more than 42.4 million infections and more than 685,000 deaths from nCoV. The country has vaccinated about 62.5% of the population, of which more than 53% are fully vaccinated.

US President Biden on September 9 announced a plan to force businesses with more than 100 employees to ensure that all employees receive a Covid-19 vaccine or a weekly nCoV test.

The US President also sent a message to those who hesitated to vaccinate: “We have been patient, but our patience is running out, while your refusal costs us.”

Ngoc Anh (Theo CNN)


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