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It Was Touch and Go: Watch as Neil Cavuto Tells Fox Viewers How Vaccine Saved His Life

It Was Touch and Go: Watch as Neil Cavuto Tells Fox Viewers How Vaccine Saved His Life

For a number of years now, Neil Cavuto has been one of Fox’s more down-the-middle anchors. The Fox Business host, unlike many of his colleagues, has also talked about the importance of vaccinations. Cavuto has a history of health problems which include cancer and multiple sclerosis.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 13: Host Neil Cavuto as former Senior Advisor to the Barack Obama White House Valerie Jarrett visits “Cavuto: Coast To Coast” at the Fox Business Network Studios on June 13, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Cavuto recently suffered from a serious case of COVID-19. On Monday, he returned to the air. And he delivered a message to his viewers that inoculations, in fact, save lives.

The Fox Business host began, “I did get Covid again, but a far, far more serious strand. What doctors call Covid pneumonia. It landed me in intensive care for quite a while and it really was touch and go. Some of you who wanted to put me out of my misery darn near got what you wished for. So, sorry to disappoint you.”

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Cavuto continued:

“But no, the vaccine didn’t cause that. That grassy knoll theory has come up a lot. My very compromised immune system did. Because I’ve had cancer and right now I have multiple sclerosis, I’m among the vulnerable three percenters or so of the population that cannot sustain the full benefits of a vaccine. In other words, it simply doesn’t last. But let me be clear, doctors say had I not been vaccinated at all, I wouldn’t be here. It provided some defense, but that is still better than no defense.”


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