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Candace Cameron Bure rails against jabs amid deadly pandemic

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Candace Cameron Bure rails against jabs amid deadly pandemic

Candace Cameron Bure tried to clear up her stance on Covid-19 vaccines in an Instagram post shared on Thursday.

The 45-year-old Fuller House star claimed in images reposted from the account @thegirlnamedblake that she wasn’t ‘anti-vax,’ but was ‘pro-medical freedom.’

The Hallmark Channel actress wrote that she was ‘holding the line and standing up for freedom’ after previously blasting vaccine mandates and refusing to share if she was vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, even as more than 708K Americans have died from Covid-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Stating her case: Candace Cameron Bure, 45, who has spoken out against vaccine mandates in the past, said she was not anti-vaccine but 'pro-medical freedom' and 'pro-immune system' on Instagram on Thursday; seen in 2019 in NYC

Stating her case: Candace Cameron Bure, 45, who has spoken out against vaccine mandates in the past, said she was not anti-vaccine but 'pro-medical freedom' and 'pro-immune system' on Instagram on Thursday; seen in 2019 in NYC

Stating her case: Candace Cameron Bure, 45, who has spoken out against vaccine mandates in the past, said she was not anti-vaccine but ‘pro-medical freedom’ and ‘pro-immune system’ on Instagram on Thursday; seen in 2019 in NYC

Bure’s repurposed Instagram posts were modeled on Apple push notifications, with each reading, ‘I’m not anti-v.’

In addition to being for ‘medical freedom,’ she said she was also ‘pro-informed consent,’ ‘pro-immune system,’ ‘pro-early intervention,’ and ‘pro-sunlight, exercise, real food, & vitamins.’

‘This is not about what I am against. This is what I am FOR,’ Bure claimed in her caption. ‘Read and understand the distinction [prayer hands emoji]. This mama is holding the line and standing up for freedom.

‘This should not separate us,’ she continued. ‘We can have different opinions and still respect and love one another. Be bigger than that!’

What she's for: In addition to being for 'medical freedom,' she said she was also 'pro-informed consent,' 'pro-immune system,' 'pro-early intervention,' and 'pro-sunlight, exercise, real food, & vitamins'

What she's for: In addition to being for 'medical freedom,' she said she was also 'pro-informed consent,' 'pro-immune system,' 'pro-early intervention,' and 'pro-sunlight, exercise, real food, & vitamins'

What she’s for: In addition to being for ‘medical freedom,’ she said she was also ‘pro-informed consent,’ ‘pro-immune system,’ ‘pro-early intervention,’ and ‘pro-sunlight, exercise, real food, & vitamins’

Confusing: Some of the statements were unclear, as people who get the Covid-19 vaccines fill out informed consent forms.

Confusing: Some of the statements were unclear, as people who get the Covid-19 vaccines fill out informed consent forms.

Confusing: Some of the statements were unclear, as people who get the Covid-19 vaccines fill out informed consent forms. 

Not enough: Early interventions can be beneficial for people who contract the disease, but vaccination is still the safest and most effective way to prevent hospitalization and death from the coronavirus

Not enough: Early interventions can be beneficial for people who contract the disease, but vaccination is still the safest and most effective way to prevent hospitalization and death from the coronavirus

Not enough: Early interventions can be beneficial for people who contract the disease, but vaccination is still the safest and most effective way to prevent hospitalization and death from the coronavirus

Puzzling: The American Academy of Dermatology states 'there’s no compelling evidence that the sun or tanning beds can kill the coronavirus in people,' though they can lead to 'age spots, precancerous skin growths, and skin cancer'

Puzzling: The American Academy of Dermatology states 'there’s no compelling evidence that the sun or tanning beds can kill the coronavirus in people,' though they can lead to 'age spots, precancerous skin growths, and skin cancer'

Puzzling: The American Academy of Dermatology states ‘there’s no compelling evidence that the sun or tanning beds can kill the coronavirus in people,’ though they can lead to ‘age spots, precancerous skin growths, and skin cancer’

The term ‘medical freedom’ has most recently been adopted by anti-vaccine activists to protest vaccine mandates intended to help slow the spread of the devastating novel coronavirus. 

Bure’s support for ‘informed consent’ was more puzzling, as most people who get one of the Covid-19 vaccines fill out informed consent forms and are informed of the extremely rare potential side effects. 

Although a healthy immune system can be beneficial for someone infected with the novel coronavirus, it’s no substitute for being protected with a vaccination, which can significantly decrease the likelihood of contracting the virus.

Even for people who experience a rare breakthrough infection despite being vaccinated, they are far less likely to get sick enough to require hospitalization, and even less like to die from Covid-19.

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Last month, a major study from the CDC found that unvaccinated people were more than 10 times as likely to be hospitalized with Covid, and 11 times more likely to die.

Early interventions can be beneficial for people who contract the disease, but vaccination is still the safest and most effective way to prevent hospitalization and death from the coronavirus.

It's a secret: The actress previously said she would not reveal her vaccination status while also railing against vaccine mandates, though NPR pointed out in August that there are 'two centuries of legal precedent' in favor of vaccine mandates in the US

It's a secret: The actress previously said she would not reveal her vaccination status while also railing against vaccine mandates, though NPR pointed out in August that there are 'two centuries of legal precedent' in favor of vaccine mandates in the US

It’s a secret: The actress previously said she would not reveal her vaccination status while also railing against vaccine mandates, though NPR pointed out in August that there are ‘two centuries of legal precedent’ in favor of vaccine mandates in the US

Despite Bure’s support for ‘sunlight,’ the American Academy of Dermatology states that ‘there’s no compelling evidence that the sun or tanning beds can kill the coronavirus in people,’ though they can lead to ‘age spots, precancerous skin growths, and skin cancer.’

‘Exercise, real food, & vitamins’ can all help keep one’s immune system strong, but they’re still nowhere near as effective at preventing a coronavirus infection or lessening its severity as a vaccination is. 

The Christmas Town actress previously said in her Instagram Stories that she would not reveal her vaccination status while also railing against vaccination mandates, though NPR pointed out in August that there are ‘two centuries of legal precedent’ in favor of vaccine mandates in the United States.

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‘I can no longer stay silent on vaccine mandates,’ Bure said in her Insta Stories, according to Page Six

‘Although I will not disclose my vaccination status to you, I am absolutely opposed to vaccine MANDATES, anywhere,’ she wrote in September. ‘We must speak up.’ 

A pattern: According to the publication, Bure has been touting her anti-science beliefs since at least 2015, when she saluted her children's schools for not enforcing vaccination requirements; seen in 2016 with her Full House costar Lori Loughlin

A pattern: According to the publication, Bure has been touting her anti-science beliefs since at least 2015, when she saluted her children's schools for not enforcing vaccination requirements; seen in 2016 with her Full House costar Lori Loughlin

A pattern: According to the publication, Bure has been touting her anti-science beliefs since at least 2015, when she saluted her children’s schools for not enforcing vaccination requirements; seen in 2016 with her Full House costar Lori Loughlin

According to the publication, Bure has been touting her anti-science beliefs since at least 2015, when she saluted her children’s schools for not enforcing vaccination requirements.

‘Although my children are vaccinated, I’m glad I had the choice when it comes to school. I have many family and friends who choose not to vaccinate for different reasons,’ she wrote. ‘Some of them already homeschool and my guess is that [a] whole lot more in California are going to. SHOUTOUT to HOMESCHOOL PARENTS and CO-OPS.’

California Governor Gavin Newsom, who recently trounced a recall effort with nearly 62 percent of voters opposing the recall, has announced that all California children in public, private and charter schools who are old enough will be required to get Covid-19 vaccines starting at the beginning of 2022, and all school staff will also be required to get vaccinated.

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