Xbox encourages gamers to get vaccinated against Covid-19 on Twitter


Xbox has joined forces with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to encourage gamers to get vaccinated against Covid-19 on Twitter. As obvious as it may seem, there are still many people who choose to expose themselves, pass on and even collaborate with the emergence of new variants, which at some point can make the new coronavirus even more devastating.

Although the vaccination campaign continues apace, there are still many people, including undecided and latecomers, who have not yet been vaccinated. For that reason, the official Xbox Twitter account has posted a series of messages to encourage gamers to act as quickly as possible.

“The power of the game makes us heroes in new worlds every day. You too can be a hero in real life by vaccinating yourself against Covid-19, protecting yourself and the people around you. ”, says one of the tweets published by Microsoft’s opportunity.

The tweets continue with some key points from a question and answer session with Dr. Jay Butler and Dr. Judy Monroe of the CDC.

“US-licensed Covid vaccines are highly effective in preventing serious illness and death, including the Delta variant. As a result, unvaccinated people are at the greatest risk of contracting and spreading the virus. Wear a face mask, wash your hands and get vaccinated, “the CDC message, to which is added a short note about some of the vaccine clichés.

“To dispel some myths about Covid 19 vaccines: they don’t contain microchips or moguls, they don’t alter your DNA, they don’t infect you with Covid-19, and there’s no evidence that they impact pregnancy or fertility. “

Throughout history we have seen similar movements, such as the Vaccines Revolt took place in Rio de Janeiro, until then the capital of Brazil at the time. Fortunately, despite many deaths, smallpox was eradicated from the face of the earth because of vaccines, and many other diseases are controlled precisely by it.

What do you think about the Xbox campaign? Are you afraid of being implanted by a chip?