Many people have taken to social media to show their ‘magnetic power’ after receiving the vaccine against the coronavirus disease in the past few days. While sharing pictures on social media, people have told that after getting the vaccine, coins and many things are sticking to their body. Someone showed it by sticking earphones, then someone showed it by pasting coins and spoons.
Tahir Ansani got the vaccine administered in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand. After that coins and spoons started sticking to his body. The health department reached for a check-up and found that his body did not have a magnetic center. He asked Tahir to stay at home for 48 hours. The Health Department is monitoring his health.
COVID-19 vaccines do NOT make people magnetic and are completely SAFE
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) June 10, 2021
Rejecting such claims, the Center came out with a clarification and said that the COVID-19 vaccines are completely safe and do not contain any metal-based components. Press Information Bureau (PIB) PIB Fact Check said that the claim about Covid-19 vaccines giving magnetic superpowers is “baseless”.
The PIB Fact Check team said, “The vaccines cannot cause a magnetic reaction in the human body. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely safe and do not contain any metal-based ingredients.”