PROTERSTERS at the anti-vax rally gathered outside the offices of the SNJ to spread further misinformation about the vaccine.
Occurring after anti-vax and conspiracy theoristhad ranted in the high street, the protesters made their way to the offices of the Stroud News & Journal to spread further their false information about the vaccine and the UK Government.
In the protest, the Stroud News & Journal was told that it should be ‘ashamed of itself’ and that it was ‘a disgrace.’
The protesters also stuck a ‘cease and desist’ leaflet to the door.
Last week, pupils in three Stroud Schoolswith leaflets with misinformation regarding the Coronavirus vaccine.
NHS ADVICE FOR COVID VACCINATIONS FOR 12 TO 15 YEAR OLDS
The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are safe and effective. 1 dose is being offered to children aged 12 to 15 to give them the best protection against COVID-19.
This includes children who turn 12 on the date of vaccination.
Some children are being offered 2 doses of a vaccine if either:
they live with someone who is more likely to get infections
they have a condition that means they’re at high risk from COVID-19
Why children are being offered a COVID-19 vaccine
COVID-19 is usually mild in most children, but it can make some children unwell. 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccine gives good protection against your child getting seriously ill.
Vaccinating children can also help stop the spread of COVID-19 to other people, including within schools.
Find out more about vaccination for children at high risk from COVID-19 on who can get a COVID-19 vaccine.