This Morning: Right Said Fred on success of I'm Too Sexy
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Right Said Fred frontman Richard Fairbrass has been strongly opposed to the coronavirus vaccinations throughout the ongoing pandemic. Now, he has revealed that while he was left dangerously ill, he still has no intentions of being jabbed.
I’m absolutely not going to have one now.
Richard, 67, has been vocal about his disagreements with the vaccinations, which he claims are “only for experimental use”.
In February, the I’m Too Sexy hitmaker found himself at the centre of backlash after claiming he turned down the vaccine due to fears it wasn’t “kosher”.
He had also insisted that the vaccinations were a “scam” before admitting he his waiting a year or two until the “experiment” is over.
Despite his recent ordeal, Richard has insisted that he will still not take one of the vaccinations on offer.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: “I’ve had a bit of Covid, it wasn’t too bad.”
The musician continued: “I was a little breathless, I felt very tired.
“But full credit to the NHS, they were non-judgemental and very open to how you wanted to be treated.”
Discussing his treatment plan, Richard explained: “My treatment was just keeping my oxygen levels up for a week.”
While sharing his thoughts on the jabs, the musician continued: “This vaccine is only for experimental use, it’s on trial until 2023, there is no long-term data on it – anyone who takes it is foolish.
“Come 2023 and everything is fine, I’ll do it then, I’m absolutely not going to have one now.”
As it stands, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination has been issued an “estimated study completion date” of May 2023.
However, this is normal to comply with safety monitoring after a vaccination is given the approval to be administered.
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Richard and his Brother Fred Fairbrass have previously used social media to share their thoughts on the vaccination and have also attended anti-lockdown protests in London.
Speaking to The Sun in February, Richard claimed: “I’ve been asked to have my vaccination, but I have refused.
“I look at it in the same way that people were advised to keep smoking because it was good for the throat.”
The musician later added that while he is “not against” the vaccine and believes it is “fine” for people to be given the jab, he would rather wait.
In July, the Right Said Fred brothers took to Twitter to “thank” those continuing to wear a face covering, despite it no longer being a legal requirement.
The duo slammed those wearing masks, adding it saves them “a great deal of time” in deciding who to speak to.
Currently, it’s estimated that over 47.5 million people in the United Kingdom have received the first dosage of their vaccination.
While over 41.3 million have been administered both jabs.
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