The Brazilian president mentioned in a video the false information linking the Kovid-19 vaccine to AIDS.
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has about 3.5 million subscribers on YouTube. He will not be able to feed the channel for a week after the video, which mentions misinformation about the Kovid-19 vaccine linked to AIDS, was withdrawn on Monday, October 25.
“We removed a video from Jair Bolsonaro’s channel for violating our medical misinformation policies about Kovid-19, claiming that vaccines do not reduce the risk of contracting the disease and that they can cause other infectious diseases.YouTube
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According to the platform rules, Jair Bolsonaro will not be able to post or broadcast live videos for the next seven days. The rest of his videos on the channel, which has 3.5 million subscribers, are still available on YouTube. Social networks Facebook and Instagram, which belong to the same group, deleted the video on Monday for the same reason.
In his video, which was posted live on multiple platforms, Jair Bolsonaro mentioned a rumor that was officially reported by the UK government. “Suggest” People who have been completely vaccinated develop the AIDS virus “Faster than expected”.
The British government denied the information to AFP’s fact-finding service. The Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases confirmed this in a statement on Saturday“No vaccine against Kovid-19 is known to have any association with the development of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.”.
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