Several claims are afloat on social media to discourage folks from getting themselves vaccinated. Rumours are sometimes unfold to make sure vaccine hesitancy amongst folks. One such viral submit surfacing on numerous social media platforms claims that vaccines comprise metals or microchips which trigger magnets to connect to the arms of vaccinated folks. Infact, it went on to say that this phenomenon may even produce electricity.
A person in a viral video might be seen lighting a bulb as quickly as he locations it on his arm. He claims that COVID vaccines comprise metals or microchips inflicting magnets to connect to the arms of vaccinated folks, and even produce electricity.
PIB Fact Check debunked the declare and mentioned that it was “pretend”. Neither does COVID vaccine comprise any metal or microchip nor it has any magnet-like impact producing electricity. The viral declare is “pretend”, it mentioned, including that coronavirus vaccines are secure to be administered.
Recently, a picture went viral on the web claiming that individuals taking vaccines will die in two years of taking the jab. “An picture allegedly quoting a French Nobel Laureate on COVID-19 vaccines is circulating on social media. The declare within the picture is FAKE. COVID-19 Vaccine is totally secure,” PIB Fact Check had clarified.
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