Despite having a guest who had a medical ailment brought on by a different vaccine, conservative FOX News host Sean Hannity spent a recent section of his show pushing people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Please take COVID seriously, I can’t say it enough. Enough people have died. We don’t need any more deaths,” on Monday night’s episode of his primetime show, Hannity, 59, remarked. “Research like crazy, talk to your doctor, your doctors, medical professionals you trust based on your unique medical history, your current medical condition, and you and your doctor make a very important decision for your own safety. Take it seriously.”

“You also have a right to medical privacy, and doctor-patient confidentiality is also important,” Hannity added before pushing viewers to take the experimental shot. “And it absolutely makes sense for many Americans to get vaccinated. I believe in science, I believe in the science of vaccination.”

Hannity then had Olivia Sandor on his show. Olivia Sandor, an American student, was denied admission to her dream university after the institution denied her admission because she was not vaccinated with the experimental vaccine for COVID-19 for medical reasons that could cause her to become paralyzed and even die.

Olivia Sandor had always hoped to attend Brigham Young University in Hawaii, but a mandate that students must be vaccinated against the virus to be admitted kept her from that possibility. The institution rejected her request for an exemption because of a life-threatening medical condition that could put her life at risk if she is vaccinated.

The 18-year-old told her story on Fox News’ Hannity on Monday, July 19, explaining that in February 2019, after receiving a vaccine, she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) that left her paralyzed from the waist down for more than a month. Hence, her doctors advised her not to take the experimental, non-FDA-approved COVID vaccine.

Hannity spoke with someone at BYU-Hawaii, who stated that the requirement is only in place because it is a state requirement.