Are there fetal cells from aborted fetuses in vaccines?

No.

Resources for: Are there fetal cells from aborted fetuses in vaccines?

From the ABC: Foetal cells are used to make the Oxford coronavirus vaccine. But they came from a foetus in 1973

From Science Based Medicine: “Aborted fetal tissue” and vaccines: Combining pseudoscience and religion to demonize vaccines

From Wikipedia: Use of fetal tissue in vaccine development

From Skeptical Raptor: DNA in vaccines and GMOs – they’re not going to turn you into Sasquatch

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