Matthew McConaughey — Weighing Texas

Matthew McConaughey doesn’t support mandating vaccination against Covid-19 for children and hasn’t vaccinated some of his kids yet, he told the New York Times on Tuesday, as the actor publicly weighs a run for political office — a gambit he said he’s taking seriously.

McConaughey told the Times at its DealBook Summit that his children aren’t vaccinated yet, and he doesn’t support mandatory vaccinations for younger children yet, saying he “still want[s] to find out more information” (federal health officials say side-effects from the coronavirus vaccines are rare, including in children ages 5 to 11, who became eligible for Pfizer’s vaccine last week).

The actor and his wife are vaccinated against the coronavirus, partly because his 90-year-old mother is immunocompromised and faces a heightened risk from Covid-19.

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