‘Nonsense’ | Russia slams US accusations of jab propaganda campaign

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    The US State Department has reported on ‘four Russian websites’ supposedly trying to discredit the Pfizer and Moderna jabs in favor of Sputnik V, prompting a harsh response from Moscow, which dismissed as ‘nonsense’ the claims of ‘spreading disinformation’ about US shots

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