Explanation: The actor Marcelo Mazzarello assured this on Twitter and based his statements on the false statements of doctor Luis Martínez, a member of the group "Doctors for Truth." However, the RNA vaccines that Martínez denounces have no effect on the nucleus of the cell where the genome is located and, therefore, cannot interfere with it to generate infertility.Read the Full Article (Chequeado)
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