Monday, January 18, 2021

Harbhajan Singh Does Math To Prove Indians Really Don’t Need Vaccine, Trolled

Former Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh took to Twitter to compare the accuracy rates of coronavirus vaccines and recovery rates of the Indian population. With a few mathematical comparisons, Harbhajan concluded that Indians don’t really need a COVID-19 vaccine as the recovery rate here is over 93% already.

People on Twitter were quick to retaliate with his opinion. They not only cited the actual facts and numbers but also called Harbhajan careless for his naive remarks. Have a look:

We wish India gets its coronavirus vaccine ASAP!


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