Here’s another BBC fact check fail.
I think it’s fact check fail number 9836463746 though I may have missed one or two of their fails.
The BBC website recently had a headline which claimed ‘Child Hepatitis cases falsely linked to covid vaccine’.
Here’s what the article said: ‘Social media posts have falsely linked a recent spike in unexplained hepatitis in children to the covid vaccine. The affected children were mostly under the age of five and therefore not eligible for the jab, health agencies monitoring the situation say.’
The British Medical Journal…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/