Sunday, November 29

Covid-19 Vaccine: Why We Know Rumors About Grafted Chips, DNA Alteration, And Serious Side Effects Are False


  • Flora Carmichael*
  • BBC Reality Check

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The pandemic has generated multiple rumors that vaccines will be used to insert chips into people.

The wave of rumors on social networks was to be expected.

The news that a vaccine for covid-19 BNT162 made by Pfizer and BioNTech showed more than 90% efficiency caused a chain of false information on social networks.

Part of the rumors focused on the fact that the vaccine has as one of its differentials being RNA-based. But others also resurfaced.

The BBC Reality Check fact-checking team has examined some of the most widely shared false claims: alleged plans to microchip people through injection, the alleged change in our genetic code, and the overall safety of vaccines.

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