Fact checks addressing conspiracy theories and unreliable health advice relating to the coronavirus pandemic
No evidence for a rise in sudden deaths or that Covid-19 vaccines are the cause
SADS or Sudden Adult Death Syndrome does not appear to have increased in the UK in 2021.
Monkeypox is not a cover-up for the effects of the Covid-19 vaccine
There’s no evidence of any link between the recent monkeypox virus outbreak and the Covid-19 vaccines, which do not damage immune systems, as a video claims.
No evidence Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is causing monkeypox
There is no evidence that monkeypox is linked to the widespread distribution of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
Health fact checks
No evidence shingles ‘renamed’ as monkeypox is a Pfizer vaccine side effect
Shingles and monkeypox are caused by two totally different viruses.
Residents of Greater Manchester are not ‘being poisoned’ by their water company
Claims that a Freedom of Information request has revealed the presence of poisons in drinking water are false.