Scientists have clarified that vaccine-induced immunity is more standardized and can be longer-lasting than natural immunity.
On TikTok and Twitter, opponents of the COVID-19 vaccines have been sharing a table that they claim shows how ineffective vaccines are. One TikTokker, writing in a style designed to thwart efforts to block misinformation, used the table in her video. &
Did the AMR ambulance company in the LA County area recently terminate approximately 30% of its employees for failing to comply with the company's COVID-19 vaccine mandate? No, that's not true: The Emergency Medical Technician union, IAEP
Did high school students in Crystal Lake, Illinois, protest a COVID-19 vaccine mandate by quitting and leaving their shoes outside the school? No, that's not true: The photo was taken outside the Crystal Lake Elementary District 47 School
There is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines can make children seriously ill or cause death. The statement by Vernon Coleman is false.
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. COVID-19 can cause severe disease and even death.
A 52-page report from a pair of anti-vaccine advocates claims to present the truth about COVID-19 vaccines. However, it does just the opposite. The website Stop World Control published the so-called Vaccine Death Report in September 2021, and it was
A COVID-19 vaccination requirement for teachers and other staff members took effect in New York City’s sprawling public school system in a key test of the employee vaccination mandates now being rolled out across the country.
In this video, FactCheck.org and Univision Noticias teamed up to debunk false claims, spreading on social media, that were made by a state senator in Texas about vaccine safety. All three of the COVID-19 vaccines administered in the U.S. went throu
Bill Gates advocates vaccination. The claim originated from a satirical article on a conspiracy site and was amplified on social media.
Does a 52-page pdf entitled, "The Vaccine Death Report" show how dangerous and deadly COVID-19 vaccines are? No, that's not true: This document contains an international cast of claims that have already been debunked. The vaccine disinfor
California will enact the nation’s first coronavirus vaccine mandate for schoolchildren, aiming to have all students in seventh through 12th grades vaccinated by next fall.
We have been asked on WhatsApp why there appears to be a discrepancy between information on Pfizer’s website and patient information leaflet, and the official government advice for pregnant women thinking about getting the Covid-19 vaccine.
The rise in deaths in 2021 was not necessarily because of the administration of the COVID-19 vaccines.
REVIEW This video, originally posted to TikTok and shared on social media platforms, claimed that people who received a COVID-19 vaccine can’t donate convalescent plasma because the vaccine “wipes out” natural antibodies. The video
Here's a window into this conspiracy theory going viral among the president's critics.
COVID-19 vaccines provide higher levels of protection against severe disease, including hospitalization and death.
Does suramin or pine needle tea cure autism and serve as an antidote to people's adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines? No, that's not true: There is no evidence pine needle tea contains suramin, a drug invented by Bayer in the 20th cent
YouTube announced a sweeping crackdown of vaccine misinformation that booted popular anti-vaccine influencers from its site and deleted false claims that have been made about a range of immunizations.
One shirt seller said: "Whether it’s a fake photo or a real one, it doesn’t matter!"
Pfizer has submitted research to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the effectiveness of its COVID-19 vaccine in children but the shots may not be available until November.
Do the COVID-19 vaccines contain "sharp metal pieces" or some kind of "metal structure"? No, that's not true. A video claims doctors and scientists have performed a new experiment where they looked at vials of "pure vaccine" for multiple
REVIEW As of 22 September 2021, 54% of the U.S. population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. But discussions about the possible waning of vaccine-induced immunity over time and the spread of the Delta SARS-CoV-2 variant has prompted scient
Did 39 school bus drivers and monitors from School District 308 quit their jobs in defiance of a vaccine mandate on September 21, 2021? No, that's not true: Thirty percent of the district's school bus drivers did call in sick in the early
A real video of Bill Gates from July 2020 is being shared on Instagram in a post from 23 September 2021. The post misleadingly uses the video to suggest that the Covid-19 vaccines may not work. The original video comes from 22 July 2020, and shows Mr G
Reports of suspected adverse reactions to a vaccine are rarely sufficient to confirm that they are caused by the vaccine.
Both leaders said that even though the booster doses provide more enduring protection against the virus, they weren't the silver bullet to ending the pandemic.
Are COVID vaccines toxic and did mysterious "globalists" seek to kill off the weak and enslave the rest of the world's population by triggering the pandemic? No, that's not true: Both are recycled conspiracy theories, being repeated in a
A September 27 2021 claim that “dozens” of members of Massachusetts law enforcement resigned over a vaccine mandate was reported broadly across networks, with articles by The Hill and Breitbart registering as virally popular on Trendolizer.
REVIEW An article published by LifeSiteNews on 13 September 2021, claiming that an Idaho doctor observed a 20-fold increase in cancer occurring in people who had received the COVID-19 vaccine. The article received more than 9,000 engagements on Face
Are COVID-19 vaccines hidden in salad greens? No, that's not true: There's no publicly available evidence salad greens are being spiked with any sort of vaccine and the claim was made without supporting evidence. Research being done by sc
On 17 September Conservative MP Sir Christopher Chope presented the Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill for its second reading in the House of Commons. The bill seeks to require the government sets up an independent review into “disablement
A man who promotes himself as an entrepreneur and technology expert made a COVID-19 claim that drew wide attention on Facebook and elsewhere: “Pfizer vaccine kills more people than it saves.” That’s not accurate. Steve Kirsch made t
Did the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) redact a COVID-19 vaccine ingredient because it's a mysterious substance that the public shouldn't know about? No, that's not true: The redacted ingredient is salt water. A spokesperson for the
An Instagram post which includes photos of children born with birth defects, appears to compare the thalidomide scandal with the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. While it doesn’t mention Covid-19 vaccines explicitly, text at the to
In this case, the truth may actually be stranger than fiction.
He encouraged well-off nations to do more to get the coronavirus under control.
A post on Instagram which claims to show two bags of donated blood, one much darker than the other, says that the lighter red one is from someone who has not been vaccinated, and the bag that’s almost black is from someone who has been vaccinated
We have been asked on WhatsApp whether pregnant women will be prioritised for booster Covid-19 vaccines, and what the current guidance is. Decisions around the booster programme are still evolving. At the time of writing, the Joint Committee on V