Vaccines can not alter the shape of blood cells

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An entrada published on Telegraph, a kind of block created by Telegram in which anybody can make an anonymous post, shares the images of alleged blood samples seen at the microscope to claim that “the blood cells [of vaccinated people] drastically changed in the following days” after receiving the injection, and that “many strange nanoparticles appear in the blood just after the injection”. This is FALSE. Vaccines do not have the ability to alter the shape of blood cells, nor do they contain nanoparticles other than the lipid pockets in which the messenger RNA in some types of vials.

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