Is vaccine made with remains of human fetuses? This is López-Gatell's response
During the morning conference on February 3, the Undersecretary of Health, Hugo Lopez-Gatell, dismissed a theory that the COVID-19 vaccine is made from the remains of human fetuses.
In the framework of the arrival of the vaccines against COVID-19, the Undersecretary of Health, Hugo Lopez-Gatell, rejected that the biologicals are made with remains of human fetuses, products of abortions. Lopez-Gatell categorically stated such assertion when questioned by a person, during the morning conference on February 3, at the National Palace.
"Some say that it contains human fetuses, that is to say, abortion," was the questioning that a man made during the conference, to which Lopez-Gatell said: "I had never heard of such an aberrant position, so anti-scientific and so far from reality".
The undersecretary pointed out that "the vaccines that are in production in the world, for COVID-19 and for the other vaccines, none have products from human fetuses or animal fetuses. It is a complete nonsense that has no scientific basis whatsoever".
López-Gatell even gave as an example when people thought they would be transformed into cows if they were vaccinated against smallpox and warned that anti-scientific postures have been circulating since vaccines were invented.