The specialist points to the fact that a group of more than 100 doctors in Poland will face a medical court for spreading false information about the epidemic and vaccination against COVID-19. Senior Professional Responsibility Officer, MD, PhD. Grzegorz Wrona, during the 15th National Conference of Physicians recently, announced that it had approved the requests to sanction 116 doctors and dentists who signed the appeal to the authorities at the end of November 2020 and did not withdraw from their positions warning of the harmful effects of this. Vaccinations against covid 19.
Inhibiting vaccination can result in death
“Recently, we have been painfully persuaded by the fact that words can kill,” the professor wrote. Krzysztof Pyrć of the Małopolska Center for Biotechnology at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Not being vaccinated against the emerging coronavirus, COVID-19, increases the risk of serious illness and death, especially among people with comorbidities.
According to the Krakow virologist, spreading false information about vaccines is “particularly harmful in the case of a small group of people with specialized education who try to create the false impression that there is no consensus in the scientific community and that the evidence is ambiguous”.
In an interview with PAP, this was confirmed by Prof. Agnieszka Szuster-Ciesielska from the Department of Virology and Immunology at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. She noted that the activity of this group of people “is particularly harmful, because it brings together doctors and scientists, who also present themselves as the so-called independent, who gives false information about the lack of need for vaccination against COVID-19, or even its harm.”
Who are the anti-vaccine doctors?
This group of intellectuals, doctors and scientists, does not represent the medical and scientific community. This is what Nature has argued in its article “Communicating Doctors’ Consensus Continuously Increases COVID-19 Vaccines.” Its authors are specialists of Czech origin from the Universities of Munich and Milan, the Max Planck Institute in Germany and the Czech Academy of Sciences.
They stress that clinicians are a particularly important source of information for the public regarding vaccination. And the vast majority of them are in favor of vaccination, including vaccination against COVID-19. Only a small group opposes it.
Researchers cite a survey of 9,650 doctors in the Czech Republic. Show that 90 per cent. There are doctors who support vaccinations. However, this is not properly reflected in public opinion. The survey of 2,100 people showed that, according to the majority of respondents, only 50 percent. Doctors prefer vaccinations. “Our study revealed how widespread public misunderstanding is about what clinicians think about vaccination against COVID-19,” the authors say.
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