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Anti-Vaxxer Falsely Believes Drinking Your Own Urine Is The 'Antidote' To Covid-19

Anti-Vaxxer Falsely Believes Drinking Your Own Urine Is The 'Antidote' To Covid-19

Christopher Key explained to his followers that there is 'tons and tons of research' in urine therapy.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

An anti-vaxxer has delivered yet another stupid dose of misinformation to gullible followers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Christopher Key leads a group called Vaccine Police and they're against (you guessed it) Covid-19 vaccines.

He gathered together a group of his supporters to reveal what he falsely claims is an 'antidote' to the virus.

While teams of scientists around the world have produced a variety of vaccines against coronavirus that have been rigorously tested and approved by each country's regulatory committee, Key reckons he has information that trumps them.

He spoke to a room of supporters, who seemed to hang off his every word as he teased what this miracle cure was in the fight against the pandemic.

In a video posted to his Telegram account, the anti-vaxxer said: "The antidote that we've seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy.

"OK, and I know to a lot of you this sounds crazy, but guys, God's given us everything we need," he said.

There was a deafening silence that filled the room when he mentioned the idea of drinking your own urine.

He claimed that this 'antidote' will help people who haven't been vaccinated as well as those who have received the jab.

Key added in his proclamation: "Now drink urine. This vaccine is the worst bioweapon I have ever seen. I drink my own urine and I've been drinking my own urine for the last 23 years."

It's worth noting the coronavirus vaccine is not a 'bioweapon' and it has actually saved many people from being adversely affected by coronavirus.


While there are loads of people around the world who drink their own urine for myriad of reasons, there hasn't been any peer-reviewed evidence or studies that have backed up Key's claim that the liquid can help in any way, shape or form with Covid-19.

Key's claims come as the United States continues to battle the pandemic.

The country is still recording hundreds of thousands of new cases every day and hospitals are filling up again with patients struggling to breathe.

There's also been a large spike in the hospitalisation of young children in the US.

CDC director Rochelle Walensky said: "Sadly, we are seeing the rates of hospitalisation increasing for children 0 to 4, children who are not yet currently eligible for Covid-19 vaccination."

The hospitalisation rate for kids aged between 5 to 17, who are eligible to be vaccinated, is four time lower than those in the lower age bracket.

Please get vaccinated and don't listen to anti-vaxxers.

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Topics: News, Covid-19