Nighat Arif

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(doctor, propagandist)
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On ITV with the family of Leslie Lawrenson.
Born9 February 1984
Alma materQueen Mary University of London
Member ofVaccine Confidence Project
Victim of“Islamophobia”
Interests • Covid-19/Vaccine
• “Misinformation”
• menopause
TV doctor. One of the biggest promoters of the Covid-19/Vaccine in Britain.

Dr. Nighat Arif is a British Pakistani TV doctor who appears regularly on BBC and ITV. She is a family GP based in Buckinghamshire specialising in women's health and family planning.[1] In 2021 she was unreservedly promoting the Covid-19/Vaccine in Britain.


Arif grew up in a British Pakistani family in rural Buckinghamshire, UK.[2] She speaks fluent Urdu and Punjabi as well as English.


"there is absolutely no evidence that covid19 vaccines can affect the fertility of a woman or a man"

She is associated with the Vaccine Confidence Project. She made a video in May 2021 on fertility and COVID-19/Vaccine, which received 1K likes to 11K dislikes.[3]

Attacked on social media by "Islamophobic trolls".[4]

Wants her children to have the COVID vaccine.[5]

On 11 August, she appeared on ITV with the family of Leslie Lawrenson.[6]

“Will the covid vaccine affect my fertility? There is absolutely no evidence that Covid-19/Vaccines can affect the fertility of a woman or a man there is very strong data that shows that men and women have gone on to fall pregnant after having both doses of the vaccine there's no need to avoid pregnancy after vaccination as the vaccine cannot give your baby COVID-19. The British Fertility Society and the World Health Organization and the JCVI have all looked at the latest data and research and they say that the vaccines are safe and encourage everyone to please take the vaccine when you are offered.”
Dr. Nighat Arif (24 May 2021)  [7]

She has appeared in videos on the Department of Health and Social Care YouTube channel.[8]


In 2022 City University (London) awarded Nighat Arif an honorary degree "in recognition of her outstanding contribution to women's health, public health and inclusion".[9]

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