In another attack on vaccines, President Jair Bolsonaro (there is no party) in his life said last Thursday (21) that those who have been vaccinated will develop AIDS after being immunized against the coronavirus. The information, however, is wrong.
The president used a story circulating on the networks attributing the story to a report developed by the UK government. The letter says that “a comparison of official government reports indicates that fully vaccinated people develop AIDS much faster than expected” and is posted on the website beforeitnews.com.
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In an interview with G1, UK Health Security Agency Communications Officer Zahra Vindani confirmed that the conspiracy theory was unfounded. “Covid-19 vaccines do not cause AIDS, which is caused by HIV,” he explained.
Experts are unanimous in saying that the argument that vaccines attack the immune system is meaningless. Research by Public Health England has confirmed, contrary to fake news, that vaccines are effective against Covid-19.
President Bolsonaro said on September 13 that he had not been vaccinated against the disease and that he would be immune to it because his IGG test, which measures the number of antibodies in his body, was elevated. However, the position goes against all the experts who claim that even those who have already contracted the disease need to be vaccinated to be immune.
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