Usual suspects | Americans are reluctant to get vaccinated – guess who the White House blames

RT published this video item, entitled “Usual suspects | Americans are reluctant to get vaccinated – guess who the White House blames” – below is their description.

White House claims Russia and China are undermining trust in western vaccines in a bid to promote their own jabs by spreading misinformation and exaggerating the risk of side effects from American and European-made shots.

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