False: 60 percent of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the UK did not develop serious or critical conditions ‘due to vaccination’

The Chinese tweet with the false claim was posted after the British expert corrected his misspoken statistics. Similar claims in English were also debunked by fact-checking organizations before the post was made.

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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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