Does a picture grid showing more than a dozen famous people, all of them with what seem to be black eyes, prove they got them from the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: All the images shown in the social media post were taken before
Country singer Jake Flint died because of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Data shows that in recent months vaccinated Americans make up more COVID-19 deaths than unvaccinated. But that doesn’t mean vaccines don’t work. Health experts explain the trend.
REVIEW On 21 November 2022, a pseudo-documentary titled “Died Suddenly”, co-produced by radio host Stew Peters, premiered on Twitter and the video sharing platform Rumble. Through a series of interviews, the film, which is approximately one hour
Stew Peters’ anti-vaccine film ‘Died Suddenly’ revives debunked COVID-19 vaccine claims and alleges the vaccines are part of The Great Reset, an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory. The theory’s proponents believe the vaccines are part of the glo
Does data showing that vaccinated people now make up a majority of COVID deaths in the United States mean the vaccines are ineffective? No, that's not true: As of November 29, 2022, more than three-quarters of Americans had received at le
Do vaccines make people identify with a gender other than their gender assigned at birth by changing the composition of that person's DNA? No, that's not true: Vaccines do not change a person's DNA -- they provide immunity against disease
Were 50 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines recalled after giving people AIDS? No, that's not true: These vaccines were from a trial in Australia, where a plan to manufacture 50 million doses was suspended in December 2020 after the vaccin
There is no evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine causes blood clots. However, there is evidence that COVID-19 infection causes blood clots.
A 4-year-old poster boy in Argentina's vaccination campaign died of bilateral pneumonia. His death is unrelated to COVID-19 vaccination.
REVIEW The mRNA vaccine technology used to produce the first COVID-19 vaccines drew much attention because of its novelty. While it’s understandable for people to raise questions about the safety of a new technology, many online claims related to
REVIEW On 18 November 2022 The Canadian History Podcast published an interview with Laura Braden on Instagram. Braden, who has conducted research related to sea lice and salmon immunology, stated in the interview that the childhood vaccination sched
There is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are linked to increases in stillbirths.
Google is not hiding any facts; the disclaimer is a way to show that the information is evolving and is a method to combat misinformation.
Scientific studies show that vaccines do not cause an increase in health issues. The DMED data cited to support the claim is inaccurate.
Bill Gates did not talk about killing people with Covid 19 vaccines but how to tackle overpopulation by increasing global living standards.
This claim mistakes adverse events following the COVID-19 vaccine for confirmed side-effects, and has been debunked several times.
The birth rate in Hungary has declined in 2022 compared to previous years, but there is no evidence that it is due to adverse effects of vaccinations.
Does a newly released dataset show that COVID-19 is a deadly "experimental toxin"? And does Dr. Anthony Fauci's resignation have anything to do with it? No, neither are true: the claims recycle old falsehoods based on a distortion of publ
REVIEW In December 2021, lawyer and founder of the anti-vaccine organization Children’s Health Defense, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., was interviewed on The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast on the subject of legal immunity for COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers. Cl
Aindrila Sharma had cancer and died in Kolkata from multiple cardiac arrests. There is no evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine caused her death.
Do COVID-19 vaccines or PCR tests make people "magnetic"? No, that's not true. There is no evidence that either of them can increase what is perceived as "magnetism." But theatrical glue, oily skin or body cream can do the trick of making
Does the movie "Died Suddenly" demonstrate that COVID-19 vaccinations cause widespread sudden death or severe medical outcomes? No, that's not true: The film recycles previously debunked claims that the vaccine is lethal or dangerous for
Suggests "108 FIFA registered players/coaches have died" because of COVID-19 vaccines.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario suggested “that ‘unvaccinated’ people are mentally ill and in need of psychiatric medication.”
Do medical schools neglect to teach future doctors about vaccines, how they're made and their potential dangers? No, that's not true: Vaccine education is a typical part of the training in schools of medicine. Representatives of multiple
The surge in the excess child mortality rate in Europe is unrelated to COVID-19 vaccines. Public health threats have caused an increase in deaths.
SciCheck Digest Hospitals across the country are seeing a spike of respiratory syncytial virus infections among children. Experts say the spike is most likely caused by an immunity gap created by the lack of exposure to the virus over the past couple o
No Malaysian doctor was killed for administering a COVID-19 vaccine. The claim stems from an anti-vaccine narrative.
Did "Jacinta Ardern", the prime minister of New Zealand, threaten to put mRNA vaccines in the water supply if enough people did not take the shot? No, that's not true: This claim originated in late January 2022 with an image of a made-up
REVIEW Social media posts began circulating in September and November 2022, claiming that COVID-19 doesn’t increase the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis, despite evidence showing otherwise. These are conditions in which the heart becomes infla
Was a doctor tried and executed in Malaysia for "giving the bioweapon vaccine and killing a patient" under the Nuremberg Code? No, that's not true: Malaysia stopped executing people in 2018 and hasn't reversed the moratorium on capital pu
REVIEW mRNA vaccines were widely used for the first time during the mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19. Traditional vaccine technologies use viral proteins or entire weakened or killed viruses to generate immunity. By contrast, mRNA vaccines
The Expose misquoted data from the ONS to make it appear that Pfizer vaccines are increasing the number of stillbirths.
Does a graph show that the COVID-19 vaccine increases stillbirths? No, that is missing context: The graph was published on the U.S. government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) website. As VAERS itself repeatedly explains,
MPs Danny Kruger, Sir Christopher Chope and Andrew Bridgen all made claims about vaccines that need context.
Did the U.K. Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) admit in a series of email exchanges that COVID-19 is man-made and that COVID vaccines were created with computer-generated DNA? No, that's not true: The MHRA told Le
SciCheck Digest There is no link between COVID-19 vaccination and an increased risk of stillbirth, despite such claims online. In fact, vaccination has been shown in multiple studies to reduce the risk of stillbirth by protecting pregnant people