Explanation: The journal really published an article by Bill Gates on February 28, 2020, but it covered the necessary steps to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and mainly contained recommendations. The claim that RNA-based vaccine will alter characteristics of human cells is nothing but disinformation. Scientists frequently refer to RNA-based vaccines as “next generation” vaccines, because RNA vaccines are faster and cheaper to produce than traditional vaccines, and RNA based vaccine is also safer for the patient. Presently, RNA-based vaccines are still undergoing early-stage clinical trials and scientists are actively researching their potential.Read the Full Article (Myth Detector)
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