(The Monitor Daily, US) – In a recent Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg announced that he is taking Max, her five-weeks-old daughter to have her first vaccines. Zuckerberg takes Max out for her first shots and receives quite a lot of feedback from his fans.
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO and founder of Facebook has recently uploaded on his Facebook account. The picture depicts the 31-years old CEO holding his daughter on his lap, getting her ready to receive her first immunization shots.
After posting his photo on the social media platforms, Zuckerberg received almost 3 million likes. Also, his post was shared more than 27000 times.
Naturally, the CEO’s cute picture of him and his daughter managed to attract some attention and even sparked another debate on whether vaccines are efficient or harmful.
Zuckerberg is a pro-vaccination supporter, a fact disclosed through many Facebook posts. For example, last year, on the 18th of February, Mark shared an online post in which he announced the next book that will occupy the “Year of Books” topic on the social platform.
The book in question is called “On Immunity: An Inoculation” written by Eula Bliss, a non-fiction writer, born in 1977, and who was distinguished with several commendations including the National Books Critics Circle Award and the Graywolf Press Prize for Nonfiction.
In her timely book, Bliss describes the process of vaccination and tries to debunk a couple of prejudices and misconceptions surrounding the immunization process. As Zuckerberg stress out, the book clearly states that the science of inoculations is safe and clear.
Zuckerberg takes Max out for her first shots and manages to stir yet another debate about vaccination. As stated, since the 31-year-old CEO posted his photo on the social media, he received many comments from both sides.
A Facebook user, by the name of Stuart Duncan, responded to Zuckerberg’s post. Saying that for someone living with autism and who even has a child suffering from the same disorder, it was very sensible on Zuckerberg’s part to show such consideration when it came to the issue regarding vaccines and autism.
On the other hand, another Facebook user, by the name of Colleen Kenny, refuted Zuckerberg’s take on vaccination. In another comment, the anti-inoculation social media user wrote in the post’s comment area that vaccines remain unsafe and harmful for our health.
Moreover, the same user pointed out that vaccines are capable of causing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or Autism.
Zuckerberg takes Max out for her first shots and posted a heart-warming picture on the social media. Max is Zuckerberg’s first-born child to wife Priscilla Chan.