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Apple and Google have removed an anti-vaccination dating app from their stores









Google and Apple have removed the Injected application from their stores — Google Play and the App Store, which emphasized its “anti-vaccination” orientation, according to Bloomberg.

First, the app was removed from Google Play. The inspection began due to the increased frequency of publications calling for a boycott of vaccination, as well as the fact that, along with coronavirus vaccines, embedded nanochips that connect people to 5G communication systems are allegedly implanted in the human body.

Later, the application was also removed by Apple with the wording that it spreads “ inappropriate attitude to COVID-19 and spreads misinformation.”

The authors of Injected, which appeared in May of this year, position themselves as “a community of like-minded people who support medical autonomy and freedom of speech.”


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