In Sunday's paper, you ran a Community Viewpoint feature that included a quote from David Gilmore stating, ". . .none of the vaccines have [sic] been approved yet." This is actually, patently, provably false; in other words, fake news.

It's one thing for a newspaper to offer opinions that range widely. However, it is journalistic malpractice allow something so factually wrong — and potentially harmful, if believed — to be published unchallenged.

This is more than an opinion with which a person can agree or disagree. Two plus two equals four, the ocean has water, and the vaccines have been approved.

JEFF BARRON

Easton

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