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Subject USA TODAY WRITES A ARTICLE ABOUT THE MARK OF THE BEAST AND THE VAX
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Emergency room physician Stephen Smith at Hennepin Healthcare told USA TODAY he hasn't heard the 'mark of the beast' as a reason to not get vaccinated but a few other outlandish reasons.

Smith said one woman brought her child in for a fever and cough, and he explained that the toddler might have COVID-19. When he asked the mother if she had been vaccinated, Smith said her response was "Oh no, that turns you into a zombie."

Other reasons Smith has heard for not getting vaccinated include: not wanting to get microchipped, it's outside their world view, vaccines were developed too fast, they haven't gotten sick, they're not high-risk, they don't trust the government and they read that people have died from the vaccine.

"Social media plays a 100% role in the misconceptions about the vaccine," Smith said. "They get all their information off Facebook and get all this garbage."Anyone who is telling you not to get the vaccine is either lying to you or an idiot or a combination of the two."
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