Indigenous villagers in Brazil refuse vaccine shot for fear it contains the Mark of the Beast

71% of Amazon's indigenous villagers have not been vaccinated against Covid, government data shows. Different indigenous representatives and healthcare workers denounce that the Mark of the Beast story about the vaccine reached the communities by evangelical missionaries

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil should have already immunized 431,983 indigenous people against Covid-19. Despite including indigenous villagers among the first four priority groups, only 164,592 were immunized in the campaign's first month, according to government figures updated at 1 PM on Wednesday, February 17th.

The low percentage of vaccination in Brazil (62% of all indigenous have not yet had any shot) is even higher in the Amazon region (71%). It is ithere that most leaders report the spread of fake news warning indigenous people against what they call "the vaccine with the chip [mark] of . . .

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