WATCH — Why there are no microchips in the COVID-19 vaccine
And we debunk other common myths
⭐️HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW⭐️
- COVID-19 vaccines are safe.
- But TikTok and other social media sites are full of misinformation about them.
- Have you heard some myths about the vaccine?
- Here’s why they’re not true. ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️
Have you seen the TikTok where someone turns into a zombie after getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
That’s pretty funny — and obviously fake.
But other videos can be pretty convincing, even though they aren’t actually real.
Like the ones where people scan their arms for a microchip after getting the vaccine and the scanner goes berserk.
There’s a lot of misinformation online about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Here are some myths you may have heard:
- Myth 1: If you had COVID-19, you don't need the vaccine.
- Myth 2: They're injecting a tracker chip in you.
- Myth 3: The vaccine enters your cells and changes your DNA.
- Myth 4: The vaccine causes autism.
- Myth 5: It was too rushed so we can't trust it.
Thankfully, you can find truthful information online easily as well. You just need to know where to look.
Watch this video where Isabelle MacNeil debunks those myths and explains where she found the right information:
Check out these other videos about COVID-19:
- WATCH — Have you heard the term variant? Here’s what it means
- WATCH — What is myocarditis and what does it have to do with COVID-19 vaccines?
- WATCH — COVID-19 vaccine: Does it work? Is it safe? When can kids get it?
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