Fact-checked by: Chequeado

2021/06/12 | Argentina

FALSE: The statements of doctor Chinda Brandolino about the vaccines against the coronavirus are false.

Explanation: Vaccines against the coronavirus do not contain a "metallic solution" that magnetizes the area where you receive the injection as stated by the doctor.

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This false claim originated from: Facebook

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