Corona virus: widespread conspiracy theories, and hopes for the “Oxford vaccine”

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The “flourishing of conspiracy theories” related to the Corona epidemic and a study indicating the effectiveness of the experimental “Oxford vaccine” with the elderly are among the most prominent topics covered by British newspapers.

We start with The Guardian and a report by John Henley titled “Survey Reveals widespread belief in COVID-19 conspiracy theories”.

According to a global survey, a large number of people around the world believe that the virus that causes Covid-19 was deliberately created, or that it killed far fewer recorded statistics, or that it is just a hoax and does not exist in reality.

The poll, conducted by YouGov, the government website in cooperation with the University of Cambridge, indicates that in addition to conspiracy theories about the world being secretly run by a group of powerful people who control humans, the survey of 26,000 people in 25 countries revealed a deep concern and widespread suspicion about Any potential Covid-19 vaccine and its safety.

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