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Those who think that the Covid-19 vaccine will modify thier DNA should see it as an opportunity! A post making a series of false claims about the novel coronavirus pandemic has been circulating online. The post claims: “All of those considering taking… this vaccine...You recognise that this permanently and irreversibly changes your DNA?” This is false. Several COVID-19 vaccines use a new technology, but will not change DNA.
A "conventional" live vaccine contains a weakened version of the living virus or bacteria, enabling the body to develop immunity. Some of the vaccines for the novel coronavirus are called RNA or mRNA vaccines, because they involve the injection of a small part of the virus’s genetic code (RNA) to stimulate immune response in a patient without an infection.Most claims refer to a version of a now-deleted, widely shared YouTube video of Dr Andrew Kaufman, a "natural healing consultant" in an interview with Spiro Skouras, an online-personality and “independent researcher” with a popular YouTube channel. Despite all this fine labeling this individuals can easy named major nutcases!
New name for Fucking - The 100-inhabitant municipality of Fucking in Austria has become a tourist attraction because of its name. Now it's enough for the residents: At the turn of the year they rename their place. Does it help?
The residents of the Austrian village of Fucking have had enough of the eternal jokes: At a municipal council meeting they decided that their 100-inhabitant village should be renamed Fugging at the turn of the year. This was confirmed by the mayor of Tarsdorf, to which fucking belongs.
Especially on Internet platforms, people had made fun of the village name Fucking, which is an obscene term in English.The place is located in the Braunau am Inn district in Upper Austria, about ten kilometers from the Bavarian border. Streams of tourists caused anger among residents
Source: Spiegel Online (in German)