R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe Shares The Solution To Prevent The End Of The World

R.E.M. lead singer Michael Stipe shared his thoughts about coronavirus and COVID-19 as a part of WUGA’s Vaccination Public Service Announcements. He also revealed the solution which can help everyone survive during the global pandemic.

As may know, WUGA is a public FM radio station which was operated by the University of Georgia, and its program consisted of news from all around the world along with local issues in Athens and the northeast part of Georgia. The radio recently collaborated with The Northeast Health District to raise awareness against COVID-19 and vaccination.

As a part of this collaboration, different politicians and musicians such as Deborah Gonzalez, Kelly Girtz, R.E.M. icons Mike Mills, and Michale Stipe invited everyone to get vaccinated for their safety. In addition, Stipe declared that he got vaccinated, and according to him, it is the only way to put an end to this chaos.

Therefore, Stipe highlighted that people can protect both themselves and their beloved ones against COVID-19 with the help of the vaccine. He stated that the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, accessible, and humanity’s primary weapon while fighting against this deadly virus. Stipe advised his fans to check out The Northeast Health District’s website, Public Health Athens, or call 707 583 28 70.

In Stipe’s words, he said:

“I’m Michael Stipe, singer of R.E.M. It may seem like the end of the world as we know as coronavirus numbers continue to climb. However, there is something we can do to keep our friends and loved ones healthy. The coronavirus vaccine is safe, easy to get, and protects against serious illness and death. I got my shot and another had been done to protect myself and those around me. Well, I feel fine. For more information about the vaccine, go to publichealthathens.com or call 707 583 28 70.”

Consequently, it can be said that Michael Stipe aimed to make people, especially anti-vaxxers, realize that they should get vaccinated to stop ‘the end of the world’ with his recent collaboration with WUGA and The Northeast Health District.