Fact-checked by: Myth Detector

2021/03/04 | Georgia, Israel

MISLEADING: 2 Claims: 1. First dose of Pfizer vaccine turned out to be less effective than expected. In Israel, 12400 people got infected after receiving the first dose of Pfizer vaccine, while 69 people got infected after the second dose. | 2. Pfizer isn’t a vaccine: its first dose contains immunodepressants and luciferase that weakens the human immune system and obstructs the right hemisphere, while the second dose contains thin polymer and nanochips that aims to subjugate people by political elites.

Explanation: Given numbers for the assessment of Pfizer vaccine is manipulation because two doses and a certain time period are needed for the full efficacy of the vaccination.

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