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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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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Analysis: What happens to personal data collected through airport e-security gates?

The Airport Authority says it retains passengers’ personal data only for 7 days. Also, it is not necessary to go through the machine.

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