Explanation: The announcement, by spreading misinformation, supports the anti-vaccine campaign and causes fear and uncertainty in the public that vaccines are harmful and side effects can have fatal consequences. The number of deaths, which are said to have occurred after vaccination, is incomparable to the number of confirmed deaths from covid-19. The virus is real, it exists, it spreads quickly, and it is deadly to many people. For now, the only way of protection is the vaccination process.Read the Full Article (Vistinomer)
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