Rumor – In the UK, people who receive three doses (triple vaccine) of the vaccine against Govt-19 develop AIDS.
Fake news about the Govt-19 vaccine has taken a dramatic turn in recent months. In addition to the large amount of misinformation in this matter, there are also perpetrators of misinformation.
As a result, many groups on social media are bombarded every day with misinformation about anti-Govit-19 vaccines. If that is not enough, the federal government, including President Jair Bolsanaro, is involved in spreading misinformation about the epidemic.
Proof of that is today’s story. According to a publication shared on the Internet, people who have been vaccinated against Covit-19 and who have taken a booster dose of the vaccine will develop AIDS acquired in the United Kingdom. Yet according to the story, the media will try to cover up the matter by claiming that it is a false positive. Check:
Version 1: “You see, JB is right that this AIDS is not caused by HIV. Triple vaccinated people develop immunodeficiency syndrome at a dangerous rate, according to UK government data.” Version 2: “Triple vaccines cause immunodeficiency syndrome, purchased at a dangerous rate, according to UK data. [email protected] In their exams they were accused of being seropositive, i.e. AIDS carriers. The media quickly tried to cover it up by saying they were just “false positives”. Version 3: “AIDS Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or (AIDS) So is the President right again !?”.
Do people who have been vaccinated three times develop AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) in the UK?
This information went viral on social networks especially on Twitter and Facebook and was successful in denial groups. However, the story is not true. Explanation of the origin of the information.
Well, patience and stupidity and bad temper both have their limitations. No, we can not say that the flood of misinformation about vaccines is the result of a simple “I do not know”. Every day, real and quality information is published in the media and on the Internet, through websites or science outreach channels. In that sense, there is no excuse for those who spread fake news about the epidemic and vaccines against Govt-19 at this stage of the championship. This is not a lack of information. This is bad faith or nonsense.
Analyzing the story, we found that the source of the text contained an old theory, which was even spread during the President’s live broadcast by President Jair Bolsanaro. At the time, publications on social networks indicated that AIDS was developing in people who had been vaccinated. After a while, another similar story began to spread on the internet. This time, the German government’s report indicated that vaccines against Covit-19 could cause AIDS in the population.
The Boatos.org team denied both fake news. And the interpretation of today’s story lies in two denials. The whole theory (vaccines cause AIDS) came from the anti-vaccination website in the UK. If that is not enough, the data used in the original output is invalid (and generated). The site that reflects the information in Brazil is not far off. Named page for sharing misinformation on the Internet.
Also, that goes without saying that it has nothing to do with one thing and another, right? The function of the vaccine is to “teach” our immune system to defend itself against an invader (in this case, the SARS-CoV-2 virus). After being vaccinated, your body will begin to develop antibodies against the virus and disease. Over time, immunity to Covit-19 begins to decline and booster doses are needed to strengthen the body’s memory against the virus. AIDS is A disease that develops when a person becomes infected with the HIV virus. AIDS compromises the immune system and is responsible for the protection of the human body. It is worth remembering that not everyone infected with the HIV virus develops AIDS.
Finally, it should be noted that people with Covit-19 also develop immunity against the disease. Like those who have been vaccinated, this immunity weakens over time. At any rate, this does not mean that people with Govt-19 have AIDS.
In a nutshell: In the UK, the story that people who have been vaccinated against Govt-19 and taken a booster dose are developing AIDS is false! Based on a fake message posted on a website in the United Kingdom. The page that is known to spread misinformation about vaccines found the wrong data and created the (ridiculous) study that vaccines can cause AIDS. Also, one has nothing to do with the other. AIDS is caused by an infection caused by the HIV virus. Covit-19 is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Finally, vaccines (such as Govt-19 infections) build up immunity, which breaks down over time (and does not mean that people develop AIDS). In other words, the story is not nonsense.
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