Right up until the day he made his appointment for the first dose, Jason Lerato thought he would never get vaccinated against COVID-19.
While his sister-in-law was meeting with the provincial director of public health, Dr. Brent Roussin, he maintained a popular anti-vax Twitter account with some 6,000 followers.
It was there that Lerato, 47, would be “extremely vocal” about his views on various vaccines, sharing sources online that he believed supported his claims.
“If there was a flag to carry over anti-vax, that was me, for more than 20 years,” says the dispatcher for the trucking company.
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