Fact-checked by: AFP

2021/07/07 | France

FALSE: The Covid-19 messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccines can cause people to develop a “magnetic force.”

Explanation: Experts say the process is not used in the shots, which do not have magnetic components listed in their ingredients.

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This false claim originated from: Online video

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