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University brings in specialists to bust Covid-19 vaccine 'conspiracy theories'

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more likely to contract the virus throughout the pandemic. Some in the Muslim community, Dr Kumar explained, have become concerned that animal products could used in the making of the virus, which could mean it is not halal.But, the doctor says this is simply not true and has encouraged anyone who can to get the vaccine."There are these online conspiracy theories and people ask how do you know the vaccine is safe," he said."People say it has microchips in it, that it contains animal products or that it can turn you sterile."Overall I think in the UK population about 15 million people have been vaccinated but there are concerning reports from different parts of the country that particularly in the BAME community there's been a reluctance in.

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