The doctor granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy who cared for coronavirus patients in New York City at the height of the pandemic has called out her anti-vaccine uncle for spreading ‘misinformation’. In an op-ed for the New York Times on Wednesday, Kerry Kennedy Meltzer, 29, wrote that she loves her uncle Robert F. Kennedy Jr. yet ‘when it comes to vaccines, he is wrong’. Kennedy Jr, the son of late Attorney General Robert F Kennedy and nephew of late President John F Kennedy, is a prominent anti-vaccine activist and has advocated that parents should choose whether or not they want their children immunized. The 66-year-old has more recently been posting his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine, claiming that there is a danger of allergic reaction after they were ‘shoddily tested’ and asking how Dr Fauci and other experts have planned to deal with it. Yet Kennedy Meltzer, who works as an internal medicine resident physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, hit back calling her uncle’s assertion ‘dangerously wrong’ as she urged Americans to take the vaccine ‘for your country’. Kerry Kennedy Meltzer, 29, (pictured left) wrote in an op-ed Wednesday that she loves her uncle Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (pictured right)… Read full this story
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