Facebook downloads a video of Bolsonaro claiming a link between COVID vaccines and AIDS

The social network Facebook has removed a video in which Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro warns of a possible link between the Covid-19 vaccines and AIDS.

The far-right leader’s latest clash with the social network he relies on to run his campaign came after he quoted alleged “official reports” from the British government.

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He claims that the reports “suggest that people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 develop acquired immune deficiency syndrome much faster than expected,” AFP reported.

“I recommend you read the article,” he added, without quoting the source.

This is not the first time network administrators have downloaded a video of the president. It has long been found that it spreads misinformation and incites people to violate social distancing policies. However, this was the first time the network has removed live video – and this is a cornerstone of his communications with voters.

The Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases said in a statement that there was no evidence of a link between the Covid-19 vaccines and AIDS.

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The president said he had no plans to be vaccinated against Covid-19 and joked that the vaccine could “turn you into an alligator.”

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