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It’s funny. And somewhat thought-provoking. And it isn’t passing anything off as fact.

It is a simple statement.


Here is the meme The Iowa Standard shared on Facebook late Thursday night:

Facebook quickly slapped the “missing context” warning on the meme.

Again, the meme is a simple statement. It doesn’t even mention any specific vaccine other than a rabies vaccine for a dog.

And, the missing context has to do with…rare polio vaccine breakthrough infections.

We’re not real sure why the meme was labeled as missing context. Anyone who owns a dog and gets their dog three vaccines in one year only for their dog to get rabies would ask questions.

What additional context is needed?

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