If You’re Against Vaccines, Avoid These Logical Fallacies

How to try to win an argument when facts, science, and reason are not on your side.

With the recent approval of the COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5, the anti-vaccine community has gone into an even higher level of frenzy. The accusations of corruption and claims of “alternative facts” are plenty, but too many of the arguments being made are fallacious. If you are anti-vaccine, and you go up against someone who knows more than you, you need to lay off the logical fallacies…

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Rene F. Najera, MPH, DrPH

Rene F. Najera, MPH, DrPH

DrPH in Epidemiology. Associate/JHBSPH. Adjunct/GMU. Epidemiologist at a county health dept. Editor, History of Vaccines. Father. Husband. (He/Him/His/El)