Bill Maher Vaccinated; Then Tests Positive For COVID-19

Bill Maher Vaccinated; Then Tests Positive For COVID-19

Bill Maher Vaccinated; Then Tests Positive For COVID-19!

Yes, this is proof that the COVID vaccine can only keep you from being hospitalized if you test positive for COVID. Read on since Bill Maher tested positive for COVID-19 after getting fully vaccinated…

Bill Maher Vaccinated; Then Tests Positive For COVID-19

CelebnHealth247.com reports that Bill Maher has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the cancellation of the Friday taping of his HBO show “Real Time with Bill Maher.”

On Thursday, the show announced that the comedian is fully vaccinated, asymptomatic and “feels fine,” the show said.

CBS News reports:

No other staff or crew members have tested positive, the show said. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Max Brooks and Dan Carlin were the guests scheduled for the canceled show on Friday.

Maher, 65, thanked fans concerned about his health and expressed disappointment at missing his show and ending his streak of consecutive tapings.

Bill took to social media to announce he tested positive and that the show was canceled this week.

He wrote:

Thanks to all wishing me get well — hard to do since I feel perfectly fine, but I appreciate it! Most upset about ending my streak going back to 1993 of never missing a Politically Incorrect or Real-Time episode.

Everyone is rushing to get back to normal and in California, they say maybe on June 15th they will lift the no masks if you’ve been vaccinated. But then you hear news about Bill Maher and it makes us say, “it seems too soon.”

Just the other night we heard a report that vaccinated people can’t pass the virus among each other. But they said you still need to social distance and be in small groups. The report also said that it’s too soon to be in large groups like at festivals because you can still contract the virus if you are in crowds and around thousands of people not wearing a mask.

Everything is starting to contradict each other. So we say it’s too soon. Give it time, there’s no rush to be stupid.