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An example of a Facebook photo frame that says ''I trust my immune system not a shot''

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Even as the “vaccine selfie” has gained traction across social media channels, more and more people on Facebook are framing their photos with a different message entirely.

There are a ton of overlays that Facebook users can place over their profile photo, sharing their disinterest in getting a shot. These frames have messages like “I TRUST MY IMMUNE SYSTEM! #NOTASHOT.”

These frames appear to contradict Facebook’s policy against hosting anti-vaccine content, and a spokesperson said moderators are working toward their ultimate removal from the site.

The social media giant instead pointed toward the pro-vaccine frames that are being widely circulated right now.

“More than 5 million people globally have used these profile frames,” the company said.

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Students walk in the Washington Square Arch without masks

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Just six weeks ago, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned against the “impending doom” of the pandemic. But now, that same agency says that it is safe for vaccinated Americans to not only ditch their masks, but to pierce that six-foot bubble that had previously kept us all so isolated.

This has caused many to celebrate at even the idea of a return to normalcy. Disney announced that it would increase its capacity limits shortly after the CDC’s updated guidance.

“[It’s] big news for us, particularly if anybody’s been in Florida in the middle of summer with a mask on,” CEO Bob Chapek said on an earnings call.

But this new recommendation has received some backlash, as some feel that it creates a major problem for employees in the retail industry.

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