The week befire last, Sasa Borojevic, an analyst known for spreading misinformation through social networks and other media, shared another suspicious post on his Facebook profile, which this time concerns the alleged connection between the diphtheria vaccine and children with leukemia.
At the beginning of the month, Informer published a story entitled “Serbs have a special gene” in its print edition.
A particular type of deception has recently become popular among vaccination opponents. They use official statistics to falsely portray the vaccine as dangerous.
Studies on effectiveness of ivermectin for prevention or treatment of Covid-19 are contradictory, said Tomaž Vovko, an infectologist from Ljubljana’s University Medical Centre.
The “superhero DNA vaccine” will have some similarities with mRNA vaccines, but it is not a DNA modification
DNA vaccine” and caused confusion by calling the mRNA vaccine against Covid-19 genomic.
A tremendous amount of lies and disinformation have been published in just one text, that tells about the alleged “official confessions” that there is a causal relationship between vaccines and autism.