Conspiracy Theorist Kim Lucas-Reade thinks COVID-19 Vaccines track people – video

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Conspiracy Theorist Kim Lucas-Reade thinks out of all factors that COVID-19 Vaccines can ‘track and trace’ people after getting the jab.

Vaccines do not track and trace people, nor is there a ‘product’ (device) being inserted. But she wants to be proven wrong that her claims are not spreading misinformation about Vaccines.

Ms Lucas-Reade continued to claim the COVID-19 Vaccine falsely can create a track and trace system in the body.

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People are asked to seek advice from their GP and not from people like Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika.

Follow official sources like the Governments’ Unite Against COVID-19 programme or the Ministry of Health.

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