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Fauci: There’s ‘no evidence’ to support Nicki Minaj’s claim of COVID-19 shot leading to impotence – Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon 2021-09-15 14:47:51 –

(NEXSTAR) – Dr. Anthony Fauci, longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and president’s chief medical adviser, has been forced to condemn rapper Nicki Minaj’s allegations of COVID vaccination. It was — as a friend told her she wanted to hear.

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday, Forch was asked to answer one of Minage’s recent remarks on Twitter.

“Dr. Fauci, Moderna Pfizer or [Johnson & Johnson] Do Vaccines Cause Reproductive Problems in Men or Women? “Tupper asked.

“The answer, Jake is definitely no,” Forch replied. “There is no evidence that it will happen, and there is no mechanical reason to imagine it to happen. Therefore, the answer to your question is no.”

Forch added that Minage, with more than 22 million Twitter followers, “should think twice” before posting such anecdotes that aren’t “what is science.”

Minage criticized Twitter’s statement on Monday that guests would not participate in the Met Gala because they would need to be vaccinated. I haven’t decided yet Whether to take a shot.

After a while she shared Another post She claimed that Trinidad’s cousin opposed vaccination. His testicles were swollen. “

Minage was quickly the target of criticism and ridicule as a result of the tweet. Perhaps most visible was late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. Interview with Minage’s cousin friend About his alleged helplessness.Minage too answered In response to Kimmel’s request, he said, “I wanted to talk at the right price.”

Meanwhile, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also states that there is no evidence that “all vaccines, including the COVID-19 vaccine,” can cause childbirth problems in men or women.Currently an agency Vaccination is recommended Those who are pregnant or wish to become pregnant, and their partners.

Minage did not respond to Fauci’s remarks as of Wednesday morning. However, she helped vaccinated fans to follow up on previous tweets. She also responded to fans who were unsure about vaccination for work, and in doing so revealed that she was also more likely to choose to vaccinate herself.

“In many countries, ppl cannot work without a vaccine,” Minaj wrote. “I recommend that they be vaccinated. They have a family to feed. I think they can be vaccinated because they have to go on tours and so on.”



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