Fact-checked by: Chequeado

2021/01/31 | Argentina

FALSE: A publication that claims that the Pfizer vaccine causes sterility in women

Explanation: One article claims that doctors Michael Yeadon and Wolfgang Wodarg asked the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to immediately suspend all clinical trials of the coronavirus vaccine. However, this is false since although the request was true, it does not make explicit that the vaccine causes infertility nor is there evidence that it has that effect. In the studies carried out so far, “no vaccine-related effects on female fertility were observed,” according to the EMA.

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