“Do vaccines modify the DNA?”, ‘Ausl Romagna responds to doubts and perplexities to chase away fake news

“Do vaccines modify the DNA?”, ‘Ausl Romagna responds to doubts and perplexities to chase away fake news
“Do vaccines modify the DNA?”, ‘Ausl Romagna responds to doubts and perplexities to chase away fake news

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23 September 2021 15:11


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“Do vaccines modify DNA?”, “Should young people be vaccinated?”, “Can the vaccine modify the genome?”. These are some of the questions with the relative answers in the appropriate section of the Ausl Romagna website. Experts answer the most frequent questions and doubts to combat the spread of fake news on vaccines.

A section of the website has in fact been prepared to respond to doubts and perplexities about Covid and vaccination, answers by the doctors of the Department of Public Health.

The doctors of the Public Health Department of Ausl Romagna answer the most common questions in a special section of the Ausl website: https://www.auslromagna.it/notizie/item/3749-non-esitare-vaccinati-risposte- doubts-about-the-vaccine.

“The aim is to help people understand, and above all to resolve, doubts about the effectiveness of the Covid vaccine,” explains the health company.

Looking at the social networks, among the most widespread “fake” is the one according to which “vaccines modify the DNA”. Doctors deny: “The task of the mRNA is only to carry the instructions for the production of proteins from one part of the cell to the other, which is why it is called” messenger. “In this case, the Rba carries the instructions for the production of the protein used by the virus to attach itself to cells, the protein called Spike. Thanks to vaccination, the body produces specific antibodies before coming into contact with the virus and immunizes itself against it “.

“In addition – it is clarified that both the mRna of the vaccine and the proteins produced in the cells are rapidly eliminated from the body. Although the mRna vaccine constitutes a new technology, research on mRna vaccines has now been ongoing for about ten years to worldwide. Studies and results in this field are therefore already available “. Among the questions also whether the anti-Covid vaccines have long-term effects. “The possibility is incredibly low – reads the answers -. If we looked at the history of all vaccinations we would find that more than 90% of these occur between 30 and 45 days after the administration of the vaccine. That’s why it is required that 60 pass. days from the end of the clinical trial before approving the vaccine for marketing. No long-term effect has been found with any type of vaccine (eg the following year) “.

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