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Antivax hijacked BBC News

The BBC has come under fire from scientists for giving a platform to a cardiologist who suggested that certain Covid vaccines could be linked to excess deaths from coronary artery disease. Dr Aseem Malhotra’s appearance on the corporation’s news channel on Friday has been heavily criticised by experts, who have described his views as “extreme fringe”, “misguided”, and “dangerous”.

It is deeply concerning that the BBC chose to air such an irresponsible and unfounded opinion, particularly in light of the current pandemic. Vaccines are a vital tool in fighting the virus, and to suggest that they could be linked to coronary artery disease is irresponsible and wrong. The BBC is responsible for ensuring that its news coverage is accurate and balanced, and it is clear that it has failed to do so in this instance.

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