Fake: Your arm does not become magnetic after taking COVID-19 vaccine
New Delhi, June 09: A video on Facebook shared over a 100 times shows a magnet sticking to a glass vial containing a clear solution.
The video bears similarity to the videos in which it has been claimed that people who have received the vaccine against COVID-19 have become magnetic. Videos have been shared stating that the arm on the site of the COVID-19 vaccine has become magnetic have been shared on the social media.
First and foremost the vaccine was not produced using materials that are magnetic in nature. Scientists have clearly stated that the vaccine does not make you magnetic.
WHO Africa said that most recently videos claiming to show magnets sticking to the skin to the point of injection have gone viral. Some people have sai that this is proof that COVID-19 vaccines contain microchips. This is a claim that has been debunked by fact-checkers since 2020.
These claims are baseless, WHO African Region also said. Vaccines cannot cause a magnetic reaction as have been shown in the videos. The vaccines that have been manufactured do not cantina metal based ingridients. It is normal to experience to side effect like a headache, chills, fever, nausea and pain at the point of infection after getting vaccinated, WHO also said.
Magnet sticks to COVID-19 vaccinated arm
WHO has debunked this and says you don’t become magnetic after vaccination against COVID-19