Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Meyers survey urine and other fake COVID cures, test Ron DeSantis

The COVID-19 pandemic is "bad here in L.A., everybody has it," Jimmy Kimmel said on Monday's Kimmel Live. "COVID is like the new kombucha here." Yet still, "millions of Americans won't get vaccinated," he said, advising President Biden to look to Canada, where Quebec had success by requiring proof of vaccination to enter liquor and cannabis stores. "I think maybe Pfizer needs to come out with some gummies and a hard lemonade," Kimmel deadpanned.

"But of course there are all sorts of new crazy miracle cures and remedies," Kimmel said, focusing on the latest craze, from some "anti-vaxxhole" touting "the benefits of his all-natural COVID killer," urine by the glass. "By the way, if this guy's kids ever set up a lemonade stand in your neighborhood, run," he joked. "You know, there's so much stuff to sell to these anti-vaxxers," he said, showing a fake "Anti-Vax Barbie" ad that veers into dark comedy.

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