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Why are Covid conspiracies so appealing?

23 March 2021

6:30 PM

23 March 2021

6:30 PM

The recent decision by a several European countries to suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine will have thrown petrol on the bonfire of conspiracies surrounding the pandemic. These range from believing that vaccines contain microchips so that Bill Gates can track you, to believing that the virus is a global conspiracy to allow governments to introduce new draconian measures to control their populations.

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