In fact, in the UK a religious TV channel has been fined £125,000 after airing conspiracy theories about Covid-19 that were unproven, including the 5G myth.
Following an investigation by Ofcom, the communications regulatory body, concluded that the programme breached broadcasting rules by sharing ‘potentially harmful’ claims about Covid-19.
So obviously, Ryan was just being the jokester that he is.
He also quipped in his Instagram stories about his attire: ‘Science is sexy. The hat? Perhaps not.’
Comedian Rob Delaney couldn’t resist throwing a playful diss at Ryan’s outfit and commented: ‘Didn’t know The Cool Hat store did vaccines!’
Meanwhile, Ryan’s wife Blake shared a photo of her own vaccination and is seen smiling at the nurse.
She captioned the snap: ‘Find you someone who looks at you like I look at the heroic nurse vaccinating me. 💕’
Actress and singer Rita Wilson replied: ‘Pure love.’
Ryan, 44, and Blake, 33, have done well to get themselves protected against Covid-19 as the death toll in the US has reached 550,000.
The couple, who married in 2015, share three children; James, six, Inez, four, and Betty, one.
They’ve made sure to help other families in need during the pandemic and incredibly pledged $500k (£363k) each to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada.
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