Unfortunately, governments the world over have been unable to stave off the waves of lies and misinformation about crucial things like public health and medicine. Some cannot because of the limitations placed on them by their political constitutions. Others cannot because they’re locked in an arms race with the technology that amplifies misinformation to global audiences. And then there are the social media companies that walk the fine line between allowing their users to have freedom of expression and not allowing them to spread dangerous rumors.
We give to you the best online sources of information on the Coronavirus epidemic.
There is more and more misinformation circulating about the novel coronavirus situation. Here is some information to correct the record.
There is no real scientific evidence to lend credence to the claim that fetal cell DNA in vaccines — if it is there in significant quantities — is enough to cause problems.
Anti-vaccine people and organizations have spread the lie that fetal DNA is somehow in vaccines, and that it cause harm… Or that it’s immoral to use those vaccines. Not so.