These days a video is being viral on social media in which it is being claimed that putting a bulb in place of the vaccine will burn it.
In this era of Corona epidemic, while the government is insisting on getting the vaccine, such misleading information is constantly being shared on social media due to which people are also shying away from getting the vaccine. These days, another such video is being viral on social media, in which it is being claimed that there is metal or microchip inside the vaccine which is creating magnets on the arm of the people who got the vaccine and electricity is being produced from it. It can also light a bulb.
In this viral video, a man is seen lighting a bulb on his arm. He claims that there is metal or microchip in the COVID vaccine which is creating magnets on the arm of the injector and it is also producing electricity. In the video, as soon as a closed LED bulb is taken to the place where the vaccine is in the hand, the bulb burns and the person says that he has taken the first dose of the vaccine and as soon as he takes the bulb to that place The bulb burns out. On the other hand, the bulb does not light up.
Now the fact check team of PIB has made a tweet regarding this and has called the claims being made in the video completely fake. The PIB Fact Check team wrote in their tweet that, in a video being shared on social media, it is being claimed that after vaccination against #COVID19, the vaccinated arms generate electricity.
#PIBFactCheck: This claim is #Farzi. #CovidVaccine is completely safe. Don’t believe such fake information, do get vaccinated.
Along with this, while sharing this viral video, it is also said that COVID-19 vaccines do not contain metal or microchip and neither vaccine produces any magnetic effect or electric current in the human body.
In a video being shared on social media, it is claimed that #COVID19 After vaccination, the vaccinated arms generate electricity.#PIBFactCheck: This claim #Fuzzy is. #CovidVaccine Is completely safe. Do not believe such fake information, get the vaccination done. pic.twitter.com/pngYElNSjp
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 30, 2021
Let us tell you that earlier another image went viral on the internet in which it was being claimed that people taking corona vaccine would die in the next two years. It was being referred to the French virologist and Nobel Prize winner Professor Luc Montagnier. It was being claimed in this message that those who have taken the vaccine will die within two years.
Even after this viral message, the team of PIB Fact Check tweeted and said, “An alleged statement given by the French Nobel Prize winner about the vaccine is being shared on social media with a picture. The claims made in this picture are fake. COVID vaccine is completely safe. Do not forward such messages.
An image allegedly quoting a French Nobel Laureate on #COVID19 vaccines is circulating on social media
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 25, 2021
Let us tell you that the process of fake messages is going on continuously. Since the second wave of Corona started, such fake claims have been made in many viral messages. Recently, a similar message was going viral in which it was being claimed that the second wave of corona has come due to 5G testing, but later the government also called it fake. So if you are getting such fake viral messages, then avoid sharing them and report it too.
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