Fact Check: 10 COVID Conspiracy Theories That Were Confirmed as Truths


Mask wearers had increased risk of COVID

    Contrary to expectations, individuals who wore masks were found to have a higher likelihood of contracting COVID-19.

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Hospitals mad massive money for deaths?

    There are allegations that hospitals profited from COVID-19 patient deaths, with claims suggesting financial incentives were tied to higher mortality rates.

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Did Biden hid COVID-19 vaccine harms?

    Leaked emails indicate that the Biden administration may have concealed information regarding adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccine from the public.

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Mainstrem media claimed COVID came from a lab

    Mainstream media sources have acknowledged the possibility that COVID-19 originated from a laboratory.

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1 in 3 COVID vaccine recipients suffered neurological side effects

    Research shows that close to one-third of individuals who received the COVID-19 vaccine experienced neurological side effects.

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Heart anomalies within 48 hours after the COVID-19 shot

    Studies have identified heart abnormalities occurring within 48 hours of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Pfizer hid trail deaths

    It is claimed that Pfizer did not disclose nearly 80% of deaths occurring during COVID-19 vaccine trials to regulators to secure Emergency Use Authorization.

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Brainwashing techniques to get you jabbed

    There were intensive studies on manipulative techniques designed to persuade individuals to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was diffrent form trail

    There are accusations that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine administered to the public differed from the one tested in clinical trials, implying a bait-and-switch tactic.

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The unvaccinated were scapegoated for failure of COVID vaccines

    A study reveals that the unvaccinated were wrongly blamed for the COVID vaccine failures, questioning public health messaging and perceptions during the pandemic.

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