May 22, 2022 7:36 pm

Anmat clarified that AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine does not contain graphene and that the controversy was generated by “a typing error”

After one opened controversy on social media with vaccine AstraZeneca because the National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology (Anmat) indicated in a report that it contained graphene, this morning the agency clarified that “there was a typing error” in the report and that it should have said that “Graphene is NOT found within its components”.

The information on the graphene content arises from a typing error in Report IF-2021-120912800-APN-DECBR#ANMAT attached to the judicial file and that it was clarified in the statement made on Tuesday, January 11 of the current year, in the corresponding legal case, by the person in charge of the area, was officially informed.

In this way, in point 4 of the report where it says “Graphene is found within its components” it should say “Graphene is NOT found within its components”.

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