The Oklahoman reports:
Despite state health officials recommending all eligible Oklahomans get a COVID-19 booster shot, Gov. Kevin Stitt says he doesn’t plan on getting another inoculation. Stitt said Monday he hasn’t received a booster shot nor does he plan on getting another jab.
“I’m perfectly healthy, and my doctor hasn’t told me I need to get it,” said Stitt, who was the first governor to contract COVID-19. Stitt said he experienced mild symptoms when he had the virus last summer.
Stitt got the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine in a news conference in late March. At the time, the governor said he was trying to lead by example on the COVID-19 vaccines.
Read the full article. Last week DeSantis said the same.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt says he has no plans to get COVID-19 booster shot … whatever. endangering himself and modeling reckless behavior. The rest of us get vaxxed and boosted. https://t.co/QfmYEi5klO via @theoklahoman_
— Jennifer 'pro-voting' Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) December 28, 2021