The CoronaVirusFacts/DatosCoronaVirus Alliance Database

Here is the database that gathers all of the falsehoods that have been detected by the CoronaVirusFacts/DatosCoronaVirus alliance. This database unites fact-checkers in more than 70 countries and includes articles published in at least 40 languages. Para búsquedas en español, haz clic aquí. Faça buscas em português aqui.

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Fact-Checked by: Vistinomer

2021/06/27 | North Macedonia

FALSE: The post claims that the vaccine has a chip and that the vaccine has magnetizing properties. As an elaboration of such claims, an illustration was posted by an older woman whose chest had scissors, coins, and other similar objects glued to it. As part of the post, there is a video in Spanish, where it can be seen that an older woman sitting in a chair, her daughter applies scissors, staples, coins, and magnets in the chest, upper arms, or shoulders and on the back.

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