In a surprise speech at the GQ Man of the Year Awards, Prince Harry blasted the anti-vixens who are victims of “lies and fear”.
The Duke of Sussex, in its latest virtual appearance from the United States, blamed “massive misinformation” for the vaccine’s reluctance.
The queue comes just hours after Harry’s off-job complaint against Pierce Morgan was dropped, prompting the 56-year-old to leave Good Morning Britain.
Harry made an unexpected presentation at the awards last night where he presented awards to the team behind Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert, Professor Catherine Green and the Oxford / AstraZeneca job.
Idris Alba and his wife Sabrina Dhora hosted the awards in London last night, where Ed Sheeran, Gareth Southgate and Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins all mumbled.
Ahead of the special “Heroes” award for the team behind the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine, Harry called on governments to do more to vaccinate poor countries.
“Unless every community has access to the vaccine and unless every community is connected to reliable information about the vaccine, we are all at risk,” he warned.
He said people were being “overwhelmed by misinformation”, which made them reluctant to work.
He added: “As people sit in the room with you tonight, more than a third of the world’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. There are shots.
“It seems like a huge success and in many ways it is, but there is a big difference between who can and can’t reach the vaccine.”
People who suffer from lies and fear are reluctant to get vaccinated.
Duke of Sussex.
Yesterday, Media Watchdog Com confirmed to Pierce that he was commenting on the couple’s bombing interview with Oprah Winfrey before he went straight to the air.
Meghan and Harry personally filed a direct complaint against Pierce for their outrage against ITV and Off Com, and Pierce left the ITV show.
Dressed in a black tuxedo, Duke added: “We cannot move forward unless we resolve this imbalance.
“At the same time, families around the world are overwhelmed by the flood of misinformation on the news media and social media, where people who suffer from lies and fear are creating vaccine reluctance, resulting in distributed Communities and trust are broken.
Hero of the highest order
“This is a system that we need to break if we want to overcome Covid 19 and overcome the threat of new forms.”
He praised the team behind the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine, which won the Hero of the Year award, “Heroes of the Order of the Year” who “played their part.”
“They are the pride of our nation and we are deeply grateful for their service. For the rest of us, including world governments, pharmaceutical leaders and business leaders, we must continue to play our part,” he said.
“This includes sharing vaccine science and supporting and empowering developing countries with more flexibility. Your ability to survive where you are born should not be affected while medications to keep you alive should not be affected.” And there is knowledge. “