15 Nov 2021 - 06:44:01
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, aSLOT XOsenior US infectious disease specialist Defying the claims of mother rapper Nikki Minaj who said the COVID-19 vaccine May cause male sexual dysfunction stated as a claim that "It's true" during an interview with broadcaster CNN on Tuesday (Sept. 14).

“There is no evidence that it happened. There are no mechanical reasons. to think this could happen," he said, "so your answer is no."

Fauci also spoke about the dangers of providing misinformation about vaccines. “There is a lot of misinformation, mostly on social media. and the only way to counter misinformation and distort these is to provide accurate information.”

“I don't make any apologies to her, perhaps she made the claim with sincerity. But she should think twice about propaganda data which has no basis at all,” Dr Fauci said.

Nikki Minaj, rapper, mother On Monday (Sept. 13) wrote a series of misleading tweets. It included telling the bizarre story of a friend of a cousin in Trinidad. Get vaccinated for COVID-19 Then the testicles are swollen and sexual dysfunction.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its Vaccine Newsletter page, saying, “There is currently no evidence that any vaccine exists. Among them included the COVID-19 vaccine. causing fertility problems in women or men.”

Minaj's Twitter Message causing widespread censure and called for a reaction from the leaders and officials.

“I'm not familiar with this line of work. or as unfamiliar with Nikki's work as they should be, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, but "vaccinations are great and everyone should be vaccinated."

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