The whole topic of anti-vaxxers is extremely problematic, and, in recent months, more and more parents have been taking a stand against the anti-vaxxing movement.

Yet, despite the terrible results of refusing children their vaccinations, some parents continue to preach these beliefs.

But now, Facebook is stepping in.

Sadly, there are still anti-vaxxers out there.

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But what exactly is an anti-vaxxer?

Technically speaking...

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An anti-vaxxer is basically a person who opposes vaccinations and the laws made that mandate the vaccination.

And we must say...

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We don't agree with the beliefs of anti-vaxxers, at all.

People who are against vaccines not only put themselves in danger...

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But they also put their children in danger.

Anti-vaxxers aren't malicious...

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They simply believe there are healthier alternatives to vaccinations, but their naivety puts their children in great danger.

This is a case of better education.

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Parents need to be educated properly about vaccinations as, at the end of the day, babies and children aren' t capable of learning about the vaccines they need.

But as with any majority group...

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Comes the extremists... And anti-vaxxer extremists are pretty intense.

These select few bash their opinions and views onto others...

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And they shame other parents who choose to vaccinate their children, which is not cool at all.

But what anti-vaxxers need to realize is...

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Not vaccinating children is a very, very dangerous game to play.

And in the wake of a huge amount of anti-vax conspiracy ...

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Facebook has decided to step in.

They've made a huge step in the right direction.

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And the internet has a lot to say about it.

Facebook is updating its policies due to the new COVID vaccine news...

And is ultimately taking the decision to remove all false claims about the upcoming vaccines.

"This could include false claims about the safety, efficacy, ingredients or side effects of the vaccines."

"For example, we will remove false claims that COVID-19 vaccines contain microchips, or anything else that isn’t on the official vaccine ingredient list," Facebook announced.

The change will be incremental.

"Since it’s early and facts about COVID-19 vaccines will continue to evolve, we will regularly update the claims we remove based on guidance from public health authorities as they learn more."

"We will not be able to start enforcing these policies overnight."

"We have seen a lot of the internet platforms take stricter measures against vaccine misinformation and I think that is the correct approach."

This is huge news.

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