For the second time, Elon Musk has Covid, but as he said he feels well.
“supposedly have it again (sigh), but almost no symptoms.” Tesla CEO tweeted early Monday.
The first time was in November 2020. At that time vaccine wasn’t available yet. So he had to stay in quarantine even during the launch of four astronauts to the International Space Station on a SpaceX rocket until he completely recovered.
Since the beginning of Covid 19, Musk has raised many questions about public health policy. Although he said that he supports vaccination, he doesn’t think the shots should be mandated.
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“To be clear, I do support vaccines in general & covid vaccines specifically. The science is unequivocal,” Musk said
SpaceX founder said in an interview When he was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year in December that he and his family were vaccinated. In general, people who took the vaccine are less serious cases of the disease.
The majority of people who die from the virus are the ones who are unvaccinated.
“How many gene changes before it’s not Covid-19 anymore?” Musk asked In his tweet.