Fact-checked by: EFE Verifica

2021/06/01 | Spain, Chile, Argentina

FALSE: Anti-Covid vaccines contain metals that allow the individual to be geolocated and whose existence is demonstrated because they magnetize the arm of the vaccinated.

Explanation: It is not feasible to inject a substance capable of acting as a magnet in this way, and no component in vaccines causes magnetism.

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