Dr Makary: CDC guidance on Chickenpox vaccine exposes agency's contradictory COVID messaging

Makary, a professor of surgery and health policy at the Johns Hopkins University and Fox News medical contributor, joined theClay Travis and Buck Sexton Showto discuss the clinical impact of natural immunity as it compares to the vaccine.

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Travis noted that the CDC’s guidance on COVID-19 is inconsistent with their vaccine recommendations for other contagious viruses. The current guidance for the Chickenpox, byvoorbeeld, does not encourage those who have contracted it to vaccinate themselves against the virus.

CDC recommends two doses of chickenpox vaccine for children, adolessente, and adults who have never had chickenpox,” the official website reads.

So why doesn’t CDC say the same thing about those of us who already had COVID?” Travis asked.

Makary called the conflicting guidanceabsolutely illogical,” and accused the agency ofignoring natural immunity.

It doesn’t make sense with what they’re putting out on Chickenpox,” hy het gesê. “It’s like they have adopted the immune system to the Democrat Party for one virus, but not for another virus.

They cherry-pick the data to support whatever they’ve already decided,” gaan hy voort. “They salami slice it, something we call fishing in statistical techniques. That is when you look for a tiny sliver of data that supports what you already believe.

Amerikaanse. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy was asked during a Fox News Q&A session earlier this month whether parents should deliberately expose their children to COVID-19to give them a natural immunity, like we do with the Chickenpox in our home.

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Murthy said that while it is areasonable question to ask,” he encourages parents to vaccinate their children as there can beother complicationsthat arise from contracting the virus.

The significant thing is for us to weigh risks and benefits here,” hy het gesê. “When we do that, we see that getting vaccinated is actually a much lower risk and higher benefit proposition than allowing our kids to get COVID and run the risk of having complications.

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