Explainer: Enlarged lymph nodes are a known temporary reaction to COVID-19 vaccines, not a sign of breast cancer

Various social media posts claim that COVID-19 vaccination “may result in symptoms of breast cancer,” implying that it could cause breast cancer. Experts say while the inoculation may cause lymph node enlargement, it is a known reaction and will subside in weeks.

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誤導:網引新冠病毒2013年舊報道 實指中東呼吸綜合症 未提病毒為人造

一篇社交網站帖文引述一篇2013年內地媒體報道,暗指現時肆虐全球的新型肺炎病毒為人工製造。經查證相關報道詳細內容,證實帖子所言有歪曲事實之嫌。

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虛假:蔡英文會見美國參議員下跪圖片實遭人篡改 影片證站立發言

原圖只拍攝到蔡英文大腿及以上的部分,跪下的雙腿來自另一張南韓國會照片,而從總統府發布的影片可見,蔡英文發言時正在站在地上。

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Analysis: None of the eight claims about Fauci’s emails revealing COVID-19 ‘secrets’ is accurate

A social media post claims Fauci’s emails show he had known lockdowns were unnecessary and that asymptomatic people could not spread COVID-19, but a review of the emails tells otherwise.

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Misleading: This video does not show Mexican immigrants in “storage containers” in the US; it shows mobile homes at a quarantine site in China

A tweet suggested the U.S. President Joe Biden has created what looks like “concentration camps” at the U.S.-Mexican border but the embedded video clip actually shows a COVID-19 quarantine site in Yunnan province, China.

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