After a near-fatal battle with COVID-19, Jeremih says he's hesitant about taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Jeremih Admits Hes Leery Of The COVID-19 Vaccine After Nearly Losing His Life Published on: Dec 24, 2020, 12:11 PM by 5 Following a near-fatal battle with COVID-19that resulted in a trip to the ICU, Jeremihis feeling better and getting his life back in order. For his first sit-down interview following the health scare, the Chicago native spoke with Kendra G of WGCIon Thursday (December 24) about the emotional whirlwind of the past month. Jeremih, who had never been to a hospital in his life, spent nearly a month in there for his bout with COVID-19, which saw his condition get worse once he contracted multi-system inflammatory syndrome, meaning his organs became inflamed. With a new outlook on life and on his road to full recovery, the R&B singer is hesitant about taking more needles and getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Right now? Im not sure yet, he said. Im good and Im still taking shots from the hospital. So Im good for my shots right now. Kendra G also noticed Jeremih was keeping his hospital bracelet on, which serves as a reminder of what hes been through in the last month. Two things, I just wanted to remind myself of what Ive been through and sometimes to just remind myself of my purpose on this earth, Jeremih explained. Because while I was in there, I was unsure if I was still going to be able to walk on this earth. So until I get my talk and my walk back Ima keep this on. View this post on Instagram Jeremih was hospitalized on November 15 with COVID-19 and was released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago on December 6. He admitted to