I really hope this is a belated April Fools joke…

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    Internet banner ads are always my preferred source for medical advice. /s

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      so, someone is spending money to spread misinformation and fear… this is the most important question about fake news: who pays and profit with this kind of propaganda.

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    deleted by creator

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      All medicine have collateral effects. We still take them because these effects are less frequent and less dangerous than the disease.

      If the vaccine causes embolism to a very tiny fraction of immunised people but prevent the death of a large fraction, it’s a fair trade-off.

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      https://www.huffpost.com/entry/astrazeneca-vaccine-covid-blood-clots_n_604ecc3bc5b65bed87dbe398

      AstraZeneca said Sunday that a safety review found no evidence its COVID-19 vaccine caused an increased risk of blood clots after several countries suspended the use of the shots earlier this week.

      The company said it had conducted a “careful review” of safety data after Denmark paused the rollout of the AstraZeneca jab on Thursday after a 60-year-old woman who received the shot developed a blood clot and died. Authorities in Norway, Iceland, the Netherlands and Ireland quickly followed suit while investigations were underway, saying that the moves were precautionary and that there was no evidence of any link.

      The drug manufacturer, however, sought to quell those fears on Sunday after analyzing data from the 17 million people who have already received its vaccine.

      “A careful review of all available safety data of more than 17 million people vaccinated in the European Union and UK with COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca has shown no evidence of an increased risk of pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis or thrombocytopenia, in any defined age group, gender, batch or in any particular country,” the company said in a statement.

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        today Europe experts said astrazaneca is linked to clots in the blood, my opinion on vaccination is that you are being an experience with experimental drugs with lots of side effects

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          How many unknown “side effects” might Covid-19 itself have? Isn’t it safer to take the vaccine than to get covid?

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              The vaccines will help us leave lockdown as soon as possible and mitigate these privacy issues.

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                easy you can get covid after take vacine too crazy right

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                  It’s not that there are no side effects. There are. But none of them in large numbers of people, only a few people presented such side effects in millions vaccinated.

                  The problem is how the information spreads, making the conspiracy-prone to extrapolate “vaccine A caused side effects X and Y on Z number of people” into “all vaccines cause/will cause widespread deadly side effects”.

                  Also, any piracy website will do basically anything for money because they can’t monetize with conventional methods, so they can do many such desperate/unscrupulous stuff at times

                  (edit: not sure about this, if it was paid by someone, as it doesn’t seem to link anywhere)

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            Group immunity is better than fake vacinnes has it happen with all the flu yes covid19 it’s a flu variante made scared by the media