The Covid-19 crisis is over… But what has become of the anti-vax movement?

The Covid-19 crisis is over… But what has become of the anti-vax movement?
The Covid-19 crisis is over… But what has become of the anti-vax movement?

dormant skepticism – The anti-vax movement is dormant with the sharp decline in the Covid-19 epidemic. But vaccine mistrust persists, as shown by campaigns against influenza or papillomavirus, the success of which is limited.

The Covid-19 vaccine could cause dangerous side effects. Worse, for some, it would contain a chip to capture 5G. If detractors of vaccines have existed since the 19th century, when the smallpox vaccine was born, they had particular visibility during the Covid-19 crisis, which surprised even the medical community. “We had a pandemic that was so significant in terms of its effects on society that the scientific community thought, perhaps a little naively, that vaccination adherence would not pose a problem. On the contrary, we have witnessed an amplification of interest and media coverage of these vaccine-skeptical theses,” recalls Jocelyn Raude, researcher in health psychology and infectious diseases at EHESP (School of Advanced Health Studies). public), in Rennes.

But today, when the pandemic is behind us, what has become of the anti-vax movement? Is it completely dormant, or is it still producing effects? 20 minutes the question was asked.

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