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False Grant Wahl died of ruptured aortic aneurysm

Grant Wahl died of ruptured aortic aneurysm

Grant Wahl, a popular sports journalist, died during a World Cup match in Qatar between Argentina and the Netherlands. Unfortunately, once again, the death of a famous person has been used to spread conspiracy theories. Immediately, numerous claims appeared on social media that the actual cause of death was the…

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False COVID-19 vaccination does not result in a positive HIV test

COVID-19 vaccination does not result in a positive HIV test

A photo of the late Luc Montagnier, a French virologist who became famous for his complicity in the discovery of HIV, has been very popular on social media. It illustrates a post with a quote attributed to the virologist that after receiving the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine, people…

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Manipulation Pfizer did not need to test the vaccine for transmission prevention. This does not mean, however, that no such tests have been conducted

Pfizer did not need to test the vaccine for transmission prevention. This does not mean, however, that no such tests have been conducted

The speech of Janine Small, a representative of Pfizer, in the European Parliament about the lack of research on transmission before the introduction of vaccines on the market, was widely commented in the Internet space. The recording of her response was shared by numerous accounts as evidence of inefficiency of…

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False Joseph Ladapo, Surgeon General of Florida, cites an unreliable analysis of the mRNA vaccine

Joseph Ladapo, Surgeon General of Florida, cites an unreliable analysis of the mRNA vaccine

Recently, this analysis has gained huge popularity in social media. The results indicate that there is an 84% higher risk of cardiac-related deaths among males aged 18-39 within 28 days after taking mRNA vaccines. It was publicly shared by Joseph Ladapo, Surgeon General of Florida. On this basis, the Florida…

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False UK Government continues to recommend vaccination of pregnant and breastfeeding women

UK Government continues to recommend vaccination of pregnant and breastfeeding women

At the beginning of the school year, there were a lot of posts online that undermined the safety of COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant and breastfeeding women. The people responsible for the spread of this narrative cited outdated information from the UK government’s website, which were published in 2020. Some of…

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