New Delhi: The vaccination programme is running fast in the country, with the government also started a vaccination programme for people aged 18 to 44 from May 1. The government is trying to spread awareness in various ways, from social media, to get more and more people vaccinated. There are some people who are trying to spread confusion about the vaccine among the people. Fear of vaccine is being spread in the country.
Recently a photo is going viral on social media claiming that people will die two years after taking the corona vaccine. The claim has proved to be completely baseless in the fact check of government body PIB. PIB has busted the lie of the message in a tweet in this regard. PIB tweeted that vaccines being administered in the country are safe, there is no danger from them. PIB wrote that a photo of a French Nobel Laureate's statement on the corona vaccine is going viral on social media. The claim being made in the picture is fake. Corona vaccine is safe. PIB tweeted an appeal to people not to spread the rumour and not forward the photo.
An image allegedly quoting a French Nobel Laureate on #COVID19 vaccines is circulating on social media? PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 25, 2021
The claim in the image is #FAKE. #COVID19 Vaccine is completely safe
Do not forward this image#PIBFactCheck pic.twitter.com/DMrxY8vdMN
The photo that is going viral on social media mentioned a statement quoting Nobel laureate Look Montaganair. Which says that all people taking the vaccine will die within 2 years. There is no possibility of any kind of vaccine takers avoiding it. The statement also quoted a vierologist as saying that it was not possible to treat people who had been vaccinated.