Anti-vaxxers have been posting terrifying leaflets in a North London neighbourhood claiming that teenagers have been dying after having the Covid jabs.
The leaflets falsely claim that deaths of 15-to-19-year-olds have increased by 47 per cent since that age group started having the vaccinations.
Residents of Gospel Oak have called the mailshot ‘Covidiot bingo’ but warn the ‘dangerous’ material could have deadly consequences.
The yellow flyers show an image of a syringe, a picture of a child lying on a bed and the slogan ‘Just say no’ – a reference to an anti-drug campaign of the 1980s.
Tony Schofield, who shared images of the leaflet online, said: ‘Vaccinations have been shown to save countless lives and have allowed us to resume what passes for normal life again.
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