France: “We were suggested to discredit the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine” complain influencers

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Several websites and influencers on France claim that a mysterious consulting firm approached them and offered them – for a fee – to discredit the Pfizer / BioNTech coronavirus vaccine. The country’s Health Minister described the specific proposal as “deplorable” and “irresponsible”.

“I do not know where he comes from, I do not know if he comes from France or from abroad,” Olivier Veran told BFM TV. “It ‘s pathetic, it’ s dangerous, it ‘s irresponsible.” underlined, to ensure that the goal of preventing French citizens from getting the vaccine would not be achieved.

Many influential people on social networking sites (more than 1.5 million YouTube subscribers in total) said they were promised a reward if they defamed the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine. Most of them are involved in health and science.

They explained that they had received an e-mail from a company that appeared to be based in the United Kingdom and offered to “work” on behalf of a client who had a “colossal budget” and wished to remain anonymous.

“It is strange. “They made me a collaboration proposal, which is to discredit the Pfizer vaccine with a video.” pointed out Leo Grace, who specializes in popular science and has 1.17 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, DirtyBiology.

“It’s unbelievable. The address of the London company that contacted me is fake. They have never had an office there, it is a laser beauty center! All employees have suspicious profiles on LinkedIn οποία which have been missing since this morning. “All of them used to work in Russia,” Grasse later said, according to what APE-MPE reports.

The same scenario was described by comedian Sami Uladito (400,000 Youtube subscribers) and Et ça se dit Médecin (“And this is called medicine”, 84,000 followers on Instagram).

Asked today if the proposal may have come from Russia, Veran said he did not know and did not want to make assumptions.

The Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine is popular in France, especially after the problems faced by the Anglo-Swedish company AstraZeneca, due to the very rare thrombosis that occurred in vaccinated people and the delays in the delivery of orders.

It is not clear how many people accepted such proposals. Pfizer did not respond to a request for comment.

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