Fake: "Children with tails, hair and many limbs are born from vaccinated mothers in Turkey"
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Telegram chats spread information that mutant children are born to women vaccinated against CVI during pregnancy in Turkey. Babies supposedly have tails, fur, and many arms and legs.
In fact, none of the photos have anything to do with vaccines and the COVID-19 pandemic. The first photo, which shows a child with a tail, is the result of work in graphic editors.
The second photo, showing a baby covered in hair, also has nothing to do with vaccines. The child in the picture was born with hypertrichosis, or werewolf syndrome. In 2019, 16 children in Spain fell ill with this disease at once. As it turned out later, they all took medicine, which included a baldness remedy.
The third photo shows Siamese twins born in India in 2016. The newborn boy and girl had many common organs and only one pair of legs, which made their separation impossible.
Thus, the pictures were taken even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and have nothing to do with the disease itself or the vaccines against it.
The theory that drugs for immunization against CVI can change DNA is conspiracy and contradicts scientific facts. Earlier, we talked in detail about why vaccines cannot affect the human genome.
So, the information about mutant children born as a result of vaccination of mothers is fake.