In a simple and funny way, Stewie and Brian from Family Guy explain how COVID-19 vaccines work and how important they are.
As there are still many people who do not want to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the creators of Family Guy They have tried to explain what is best for the population, not only in the United States, but globally. Now they have released a short film on their social networks where we can see Peter Griffin having doubts about receiving the puncture. Since the doctor’s explanation is a bit bad, Stewie and Brian get inside Peter’s body and give a lesson on how vaccines work in humans.
“Vaccines have been around for hundreds of years.” Says the little member of the Family Guy series in the video. “They helped wipe smallpox off the face of the earth, and they are on track to do the same with polio.”
“Some of the COVID-19 vaccines work by exposing your immune system to proteins, which resemble the spike protein of the virus, but cannot infect it. The vaccine stimulates your immune system to produce antibodies against the virus, mimicking what happens when you get COVID, except you don’t get sick from a vaccine. “
Information is not at odds with humor.
Although Family Guy explains everything in a very good way, they take the opportunity to mess with Meg, the most hated member of the family. Since the virus has its face and we can even see the effects of people being infected, since it mutates into a horrible being.
Finally, Stewie and Brian want to convince people to get vaccinated so that we can continue with our lives as they were before the pandemic and not have to endure Gal gadot making a video singing Imagine by John Lennon.
Here we leave you the video of Family Guy trying to convince people to get vaccinated.
Watch the new #FamilyGuy Shorts! Stewie and Brian travel inside Peter’s body to explain how vaccines work.
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