Fact-checked by: Chequeado

2020/07/25 | Argentina

FALSE: Publications that state that “the new vaccine contains digitizable ‘RNA’”, an alleged “replicant that is activated by 5G” and that is why “the virus can be reactivated after the patient recovers”

Explanation: There is still no approved vaccine against the new coronavirus. The concept of “digitizable RNA” does not exist and it is not true that RNA can be replicated. It is also not true that 5G networks can activate the virus, as this chain falsely marks.

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This false claim originated from: Facebook

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