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A Mexican television presenter shouted down anti-vaccines in an extraordinary on-air outburst, calling them a “pack of morons.”

Leonardo Schwebel, host of Mexico-based Telediaro Guadalajara, railed against those who refused to be tapped, telling them to at least wear a face mask properly.

Schwebel, who shouted angrily at the camera during a live broadcast this week, accused the anti-vaccines of ‘hitting the brakes for the whole world’.

A Mexican TV presenter yelled at anti-vaccines in an extraordinary on-air outburst, calling them a ‘pack of morons’

Leonardo Schwebel, presenter of Telediaro Guadalajara, ranted against those who have refused to be punctured and told them to at least wear a mask properly

Leonardo Schwebel, presenter of Telediaro Guadalajara, ranted against those who have refused to be punctured and told them to at least wear a mask properly

In an emotional outburst, Schwebel said, “Fucking anti-vaccines, you bunch of assholes.”

Schwebel, who was waving his face mask angrily during his tirade, yelled, “Stop fooling around and at least put on a goddamn face mask and stop slamming on the brakes for everybody!”

‘Yes, anti-vaccines, you are an asshole! Put on a mask!

Schwebel continued his tirade at a time when Mexico is seeing a surge in positive Covid-19 cases since the new year, registering more than 260,000 infections in the last week, a new record.

And only 58 percent of the population have received a double injection, while 63 percent have received one dose of the vaccine.

Schwebel, who angrily yelled at the camera during a live broadcast this week, accused anti-vaxers of

Schwebel, who angrily yelled at the camera during a live broadcast this week, accused the anti-vaccines of “hitting the brakes for the whole world.”

Schwebel said news in an interview after his outburst: ‘Sometimes you have to shout for people to get on.

‘If I had said it normally: ‘sir, please, please put on your mask, I’m asking you please, believe me,’ I wouldn’t be here with you today.’

Schwebel said his message was important at a time when Mexicans are experiencing a skyrocketing increase in Covid cases.

His tirade comes as Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who received the triple vaccine, announced that he had beaten COVID for the second time, and that Omicron’s symptoms were mild.

Speaking at a news conference Monday morning, a week after he began experiencing symptoms and tested positive, the 68-year-old leader said his quick recovery was a testament to the waning strength of the virus and the importance of vaccines.

“It is demonstrable that this variant does not have the same seriousness as the previous one, the Delta,” said López Obrador. ‘In the symptoms and also in the recovery time.’

The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced on Monday, January 17, 2022, that he has recovered from COVID-19 for the second time, as coronavirus infections rise in Mexico and virus tests become scarce.

The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced on Monday, January 17, 2022, that he has recovered from COVID-19 for the second time, as coronavirus infections rise in Mexico and virus tests become scarce.

López Obrador was infected for the first time in January of last year.

He often tends not to wear a protective mask during his daily press conferences in front of staff and reporters.

But he is strongly pro-vaccines and has shared snapshots of himself receiving all three AstraZeneca COVID shots, including his booster last month.

He had sounded hoarse at his news conference last Monday, dismissed it as a cold, but said he would get tested. Later in the day he confirmed that he was infected.

The 68-year-old president had received three doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, with his first injection in April last year before receiving his second injection in June.

He publicly received the booster injection during his daily press conference on December 7 last year.

López Obrador gestures after receiving a third dose of the Astra Zeneca coronavirus disease vaccine as Mexico and other countries step up vaccination efforts as the Omicron variant of coronavirus fuels concern over a new wave of infections, in Guadalajara, Mexico, on December 7.

López Obrador gestures after receiving a third dose of the Astra Zeneca coronavirus disease vaccine as Mexico and other countries step up vaccination efforts as the Omicron variant of coronavirus fuels concern over a new wave of infections, in Guadalajara, Mexico, on December 7.

Last Thursday, the Mexican president also claimed in a video that he is living proof that the COVID-19 strain is not as deadly as the Delta variant, as he isolates himself after testing positive earlier in the week.

‘I’m overcoming COVID. And I also want to share this information with you because I consider that it is quite encouraging to be able to verify firsthand now that this variant of COVID does not have the lethality, the danger, of the previous variant, of the so-called Delta,’ said López Obrador from his presidential office in the National Palace in Mexico City.

The president tested positive last Monday, hours after he appeared before the media at the National Palace and downplayed the seriousness of the Omicron variant for which he tested positive, indicating that it was only “a bit of COVID.”

In Mexico, the AstraZeneca vaccine is used for all booster vaccinations, regardless of which vaccine the person originally received.


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