By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail. The Fox 5 station in Washington, DC , has suspended a news anchor who tweeted his annoyance that obese Americans have been getting the vaccine early before being slammed for his comments and a backhanded apology on Twitter. Blake McCoy, who is the co-anchor for Fox 5's evening broadcasts, made the remarks on Tuesday afternoon. Vaccinate all essential workers.
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A gay news anchor for a local D. TV station has been suspended after tweeting his objections to obese people being able to receive priority access to the COVID vaccine. Vaccinate all essential workers. Then obese. Under guidelines established by the D. Department of Health, obese people — defined as those with a Body Mass Index of greater than 30 — are among a group of people with serious health conditions or comorbidities that could put them at higher risk of death or serious hospitalization if they become infected with the COVID virus. But McCoy also questioned whether the current vaccination protocols regarding appointments — such as D.
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The District became the first home he had the privilege of choosing and he is thrilled to be able to call the DMV home again. He studied at George Washington University. After the terror attack, he was one of the first national reporters in San Bernardino and, unfortunately, has since covered many more mass shootings, including Orlando and Las Vegas. He covered the Flint water crisis, controversial shootings by the police, and countless hurricanes, blizzards, and tornados.
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