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Friday, December 3, 2021

Fake News: ‘Corona vaccine taker will die in 2 years’, know the truth of this viral message

The country is undergoing a vaccination program. People over the age of 18 are also allowed from 1 May. There are also reports of vaccine shortages. On the other hand, actors from the leader to the vaccine are also working for public awareness. But the problem at the moment is that some chaotic elements are also working to spread the illusion of a vaccine. Everyone is also being intimidated by the vaccine on social media.

False claim of death of people 2 years after vaccination

A photo of the vaccine has been going viral on social media recently. It states that people will die 2 years after receiving the vaccine. The government agency PIB also carried out a fact check of the message. And this message has been proven wrong. At such times it is necessary to avoid such fake messages and also to protect relatives. The PIB said in a tweet that the vaccine offered in the country is safe, there is no risk in taking it.

The claim made in the picture is completely false

PIB writes that a picture illustrating the statement of the French Nobel laureate about the COVID19 vaccine is going viral on social media. The claim being made in the picture is false. Corona vaccine is safe. The PIB appealed to the people not to spread the rumor through tweets and said not to forward this picture. And stop spreading.

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What was the claim in the viral post?

A statement has been shown in a picture that is going viral on social media. The statement was quoted as saying by Nobel laureate Luke Montagnier. The statement said that all those who were vaccinated would die in 2 years. People who get vaccinated of any kind are unlikely to survive. The statement, with the name of a virologist, said it was not possible to treat people who were vaccinated.

In fact check, this claim has proved to be very vague. It is therefore necessary to prevent the spread of such false and misleading messages.

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