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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.
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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