An anti-Covid sticker has appeared near Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

The sticker, which was put on an optic fibre box just a few yards away from the hospital’s entrance, is one of many that has appeared in and around the county.

Despite the notice being relatively small, it can be seen by pedestrians who walk along the Mandeville Road.

The sticker is a few yards away from the entrance of Stoke Mandeville Hospital

The sticker is a few yards away from the entrance of Stoke Mandeville Hospital

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The sticker reads: “It takes 2 simple steps to STOP wearing masks – STOP getting tested.

“Expose the pandemic scam.”

The ‘STOP wearing masks’ and the ‘STOP getting tested’ notice were written in the style of a road stop sign.

This comes just two weeks after several other posters and stickers of a similar nature were seen in Marlow, with the notices being put on churches, restaurants, lamp posts, and road signs.

There have many debates amongst members of the public that the virus is part of several conspiracies, with people gathering in major cities across the world to protest against their country’s lockdown measures.

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One of the most notable anti-lockdown protests in England happened in Trafalgar Square on Saturday, September 19, where thousands of people crammed into the historical area of Central London.

Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury

Demonstrators were seen holding signs saying, ‘Covid is a hoax’, ‘No to 5G’ and ‘My body, my choice, no to mandatory masks’, before some protestors clashed with police.

Since the start of the pandemic last March, 113,000 people have died in the UK due to Covid-related issues.