Autoimmune diseases such as thrombi are an extremely rare adverse effect of vaccines

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A podcast programme of unknown authorship is circulating these days on social networks in which a person identified as Enrique de Diego makes a series of predictions about what the long-term effects of those vaccinated against covid-19 will be. De Diego goes so far as to say that those vaccinated “will die in the next two years, with autoimmune diseases […] and their immune system destroyed”. Autoimmune diseases are extremely rare effects, vaccines do not wreck the immune system and there is no evidence that immunised people will die from them. In fact, side effects usually appear within two months at the latest.

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