Is the vaccine really so dangerous that it will kill in two years?
Paris: A French scientist is currently circulating on social media, claiming that a large number of people who have been vaccinated with Quid 19 will die within two years, but what? Is there really any truth to the fact that so many people have been killed in two years? Let’s take a look.
Surprisingly, the claiming expert is not an ordinary person but a Nobel Prize-winning scientist. Loch Montenegro, 68, discovered the AIDS virus in the 1980s and was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine, an honor for any scientist. There are many controversial aspects of Loch’s life that will be discussed later, but here are some of the claims he made, which he made in a 13-minute video in French that has been circulated around the world. It spread rapidly and as a result, uncertainty and fear are spreading among people all over the world.
Loch says injecting large numbers of people is a historic mistake and that the corona virus becomes even more dangerous in response to the vaccine. After vaccination, the number of new patients in vaccinated countries will increase. They claim that if a person is vaccinated, he or she can become more ill and lose his or her life if he or she becomes infected again. He also claimed that he was conducting experiments on several patients and that the results were similar. He called the public vaccination campaign a “medical error.”
But nowhere in this whole debate did he say that the men and women who have been vaccinated will die in two years. Someone has exaggerated his claim that Loch only said that vaccinators would die within two years, while he said that there would be a further increase in deaths after vaccinations. During his video, Loch did not say that vaccinated people would die within two years, but did point out that if the outbreak spreads after vaccination, it would be severe and lead to more deaths. Will have to face.
Let us now examine all these baseless claims. First, vaccination in China began in January this year and as of May 27, 600 million people have been vaccinated. There were no outbreaks of disease or deaths. Vaccination began some time ago in the United States, and until two days ago, 165 million people had received at least one dose.
Now the situation is that if Loch had right, new cases would have arisen and people would have died, but such a situation did not arise. 38 million people have been vaccinated in the UK. The epidemic is now largely under control in the United States and especially in the United Kingdom, confirming the authenticity of the vaccine.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Loch K and his controversial statements Nobel laureate Loch Montenegro has been widely criticized for his controversial statements and claims. He is a proponent of homeopathy, has called the quid virus a laboratory error and accident, and has long been opposed to an anti-virus vaccine.
In 2017, about 106 scientists, experts and teachers wrote an open letter in which they said that Loch was taking unfair advantage of his status as a Nobel laureate and spreading propaganda and misleading information to the public. The experts also said in the letter that they also discuss issues that are not related to their field.