COVID-19 Vaccine Myths Are Spreading Thanks to Russian Propaganda

COVID-19 Vaccine Myths Are Spreading Thanks to Russian Propaganda

Share on Pinterest The U.S. State Department said that Russian websites are fueling misinformation about authorized COVID-19 vaccines. Joe Raedle/Getty Images COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and no shortcuts were taken that could affect safety. But the U.S. State Department finds that Russian websites are fueling misinformation about authorized COVID-19 vaccines. Russian intelligence agencies are using online platforms to undermine confidence in COVID-19 vaccines being used in the United States, State Department officials said. In the vaccine trials, there were a small number of cases of Bell’s palsy , a type of facial paralysis, in people who received the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna-NIAID vaccine.

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