Fox’s Neil Cavuto said another case of Covid-19 nearly killed him
Fox’s Neil Cavuto said another case of Covid-19 nearly killed him

Fox’s Neil Cavuto said another case of Covid-19 nearly killed him

Cavuto, who has been vaccinated, had previously contracted the virus in October. But the anchor, a cancer survivor who has been public about his decades-long battle with multiple sclerosis, had a milder case at the time.

This time, Cavuto said he had a “far, far more serious thread” because his “highly compromised immune system” simply did not benefit from the vaccines in the same way as those with healthy immune systems.

Cavuto said his recent case of Covid-19 had led to pneumonia and landed him “on intensive care for a while.”

“It was really touch and go,” Cavuto said on his Fox Business show Monday after a leave. “Some of you who have wanted to bring me out of my misery got what you wanted! So sorry to disappoint you!”

Cavuto took the opportunity to once again praise the life-saving Covid-19 vaccines.

“Let me be clear: Doctors say that if I had not been vaccinated at all, I would not be here,” Cavuto said.

Cavuto added, “This was scary. How scary? I’m talking,” Ponderosa suddenly out of the primary rib in the middle of the buffet line scary! “That’s how scary.”

While Cavuto has been vocal in his support for vaccines, many of his colleagues have been dealing with anti-vaccine rhetoric for several months. Tucker Carlsonwhich is the highest rated host on the channel, has raised fears of vaccines and negotiated false conspiracy theories about them.

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