“It is infinitely preferable to have natural immunity than vaccine immunity and that is what I hoped for the entire time. Hence, I so engaged with strangers, constantly hugging them, taking photos with them, knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting COVID,” Prager said, according to MediaMatters.org.
Prager admitted that his health care plan might sound “bizarre,” but he did it in the hope that he “would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by therapeutics.”
He claimed that is “exactly what has happened” and said “it should have happened to the great majority of Americans.”
Prager ― who has spoken out against the vaccine ― said the condition didn’t warrant hospitalization. Instead, he’s been treating the virus with monoclonal antibodies, zinc, azithromycin, as well as medications like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, which haven’t been proven to be effective against COVID-19.
Still, he insisted: “I have done what a person should do if one is not going to get vaccinated.”
You can see Prager talk about the virus below.
Prager’s announcement attracted lots of Twitter snark.