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Concerns grow that COVID vaccine misinformation campaigns are targeting Muslims

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Concerns grow that COVID vaccine misinformation campaigns are targeting Muslims

Concerns grow that COVID vaccine misinformation campaigns are targeting Muslims

With vaccination programmes being rolled out across the continent, health authorities are keen to see them adopted by all communities.

But against them are anti-vaxx campaigns.


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