Did the famous French virologist and Nobel laureate Luk Montagnier say this?
Will those who received the covid vaccine die in two years? What is the truth behind the viral post?
Ever since the covid pandemic conquered the world, many fake study reports on the subject have been circulating in WhatsApp universities. Much fake news scares people and makes the fight against the virus difficult. False news has already received more publicity than official announcements that many things are fake. The central government itself has now come to the scene to clarify the nature of such fake news.
The fake news was that the famous French virologist and Nobel laureate Luk Montagnier had said that those who received the covid vaccine would die within two years. The news spread rapidly through social media. However, the government responded on Twitter by claiming that the film’s claim was false and that the covid vaccine was safe. The center also tweeted that the message should not be forwarded.
The interview is in French. The interview came out earlier this month. Fake news spreads with an interview given by Luk Montagnier to Pierre Barnerius in Hold Up Media. In an interview, he was responding to a question about the covid 19 Great Vaccination Campaign. But he shared the concern that vaccination against the virus during an outbreak could create variants of the virus and lead to the death of those infected.
Info Clinic, the Facebook community of doctors, has also come out with a statement that the news spread in the name of Luk Montagnier is fake.