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(Natural News) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, an Ethiopian microbiologist and director of the World Health Organization, (WHO) was recently captured on video saying that some countries are using COVID-19 boosters “to kill children.” This is the most honest thing that has ever come out of Tedros’s mouth. World leaders repeatedly refuse to acknowledge the data on hospitalizations and sudden cardiac deaths in the fully vaccinated and boosted.

Sadly, the WHO walked back Tedro’s statements, and fact-checkers now claim that his statement was a “slip of the tongue.”

Fact-checkers walk back WHO’s statements on boosters killing children

The Nov. 15 Instagram post includes a video of Tedros speaking to the press. In the video he says, “So if it’s going to be used, [the covid-19 vaccine] it’s better to focus on those groups who have the risk of severe diseases and death rather than, as we see in some countries, are using to give boosters to kill children.”

When USA Today reporters followed up with Tedros, a spokesperson for the WHO claimed that Tedros misspoke during the press conference. A Reuter’s fact checker set the record straight: “A video showing the head of World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, speaking about prioritizing vaccination efforts for poorer countries and more vulnerable populations over giving booster shots to children have been misconstrued online.”

Reuters wrote: Some social media users have pointed to the clip to erroneously claim he “admitted” or “revealed” COVID-19 booster shots are being used “to kill children.” While the scene highlighted online is authentic, users have misconstrued his message. A WHO spokesperson told Reuters the sentence was the result of a slip of the tongue.”

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The official transcript omitted the word “kill” because Tedros was allegedly trying to pronounce the first syllable of “children” but it came out as “kill.” The WHO spokesperson said that Tedros misspoke and corrected himself by promptly saying “children.”

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