Right up till the day he arrange his first-dose appointment, Jason Lerato thought he’d by no means get vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19.
While his sister-in-law was sitting in conferences with chief provincial public well being officer Dr. Brent Roussin, he was sustaining a preferred anti-vax Twitter account with about 6,000 followers.
It was the place Lerato, 47, can be “extremely vocal” about his views about varied vaccines, sharing on-line sources he believed supported his claims.
“If there was a flag to carry about anti-vax, that was me, for 20-plus years,” the trucking firm dispatcher says.
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