Covid-19: 60,000 scientists have called for “the end of mass vaccination”?

THE VERIFICATION – In a tweet, since deleted, Jean-Frédéric Poisson transmitted an article from the site stating that “60,000 doctors and scientists” signed a declaration “against massive injections of mRNA”.

THE QUESTION – “The scientific community rises up against the health policy of the authorities”, we can read at the beginning of an article published at the beginning of December on the infodujour site. Its author explains that three American scientists published a statement in October 2020 questioning the general vaccination policy. This declaration, known as Great Barrington after the city where it was written, is said to have been signed by more than “60,000 physicians and scientists” and received “870,000 supporting signatures”.

In a finally withdrawn tweet, former MP and president of the Via Christian Democratic party, the voice of the people, Jean-Frédéric Poisson, commented: “Definitely, everyone is aware of this except the government and Parliament. It’s serious!” What do we know about this claim? How was it received by the scientific community?

LET’S CHECK. The Great Barrington Declaration is a text published by three renowned American scientists…

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