Daft complaint to the BBC by anti-vax activists
A man in a white coat, smiles, offers an injection to an infant who is alone. "Innoculation is the perfect Medication" he tells the child after dancing and singing with a syringe. The nurse tells the children elsewhere that if they are vaccinated with the MMR they won't get the Measles, Mumps and Rubella. Will it hurt asks the boy, well it might says DR Ranj, but you can cry if you want to. Without waiting for an OK, the doc injects the boy who says "I am not ready for my 'jection", but the doc marvels"I have already done it". (sic) Even if you didn't see the TV show described above – and I didn't – you probably sense the writer of that description didn't approve of it and you probably won't be surprised that the doctor and infant in question looked something like this: In case you missed it, only one of the characters in the above pic is real and he is a real-life medical doctor, Dr Ranj. The CBeebies Get Well Soon series is aimed at pre-school children. According to comments