Good Morning Britain received 1,400 complaints from Ofcom regarding Dr Hilary’s Covid warning – .

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Good Morning Britain received 1,400 complaints from Ofcom regarding Dr Hilary’s Covid warning – .


Good Morning Britain has received more than 1,400 Ofcom complaints after Dr Hilary Jones commented on bogus coronavirus leaflets.

On November 1, the TV doctor was discussing the coronavirus yellow card reporting system which makes vaccine risk claims claiming to be from the government.

The 68-year-old said the leaflets were “complete disinformation”, prompting 1,428 complaints.

Dr Hilary told co-hosts Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid, “Beware of fake letters, which are utter nonsense. This is complete disinformation.

“It looks like a UK government yellow card reporting system for adverse reactions to any type of medication or vaccine.

“But it claims to be talking about all kinds of adverse vaccine reactions, which are completely bogus and hoaxes. “








Good Morning Britain received 1,400 complaints from Ofcom regarding Dr Hilary’s Covid warning
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Presenter Richard wonders if it was “anti-vaccine”.

Dr Hilary said: ‘Oh absolutely – and that would put a lot of people off the vaccine dangerously, because this is complete misinformation. “

While it is not known whether an investigation has been opened, Ofcom said the complaints between Nov. 2 and Nov.8 concerned a discussion about the coronavirus yellow card reporting system.

Viewers were annoyed with the segment, with some taking to social media to complain.

A viewer took to Twitter to say, “After Richard and Dr Hillary tore up the yellow card on the air, then made jokes about a pen that was dispensing disinfectant. I’m done.

“To deny, ignore and disrespect victims of vaccine wounds is pure evil.

“No humanity, compassion or empathy. Just pure contempt. Complain to ofcom ”.








There have been over 1,400 Ofcom complaints
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It was recently reported that Dr Hilary’s home had been targeted by a group of anti-vaccination protesters after his public advocacy for the rollout of the Covid vaccination.

Protesters formed outside the star’s Kent residence last month, carrying signs demanding “the truth”.

According to MailOnline, some had megaphones and shouted that he was “a criminal” and demanded “justice”.

Medical expert Dr Hilary has appeared on Good Morning Britain daily throughout the pandemic, providing an update on the spread and what we can do to deal with it.

He has also spoken out strongly against those who refuse to take it, including the three Strictly Come Dancing pros who would not be vaccinated while continuing to be on the show.

He has also been a strong advocate for the coronavirus vaccine, encouraging viewers to take it when offered.








Richard then tore up the leaflet
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