FactCheck: The study cited in the video has been previously debunked. The agencies monitoring the cases say that the actual number of cases may be lower than what is reported.
The study cited in the video has been previously debunked. The agencies monitoring the cases say that the actual number of cases may be lower than what is reported.
At a glanceClaim:The United Kingdom and the United States are underreporting cases of COVID-19 vaccine's adverse effects, reporting only 1% of the actual number.Rating:FALSEThe facts:The study cited in the video has been previously debunked. Both the UK and the US have monitoring systems for COVID-19 vaccine's adverse effects. These use self-reporting methods in recording cases, which means reported events are not always proven side effects, and some events may have happened anyway, regardless of vaccination. The agencies in charge of these systems say that the actual number of cases may be lower than what is reported.
Why we fact-checked this:The video has over 967,000 views, 19,000 reactions, and 10,000 comments on Facebook, as of writing.Complete detailsIn a video livestreamed on June 21, Facebook user Lynn Agno falsely claims that the United States and the United Kingdom are underreporting cases of adverse effects caused by COVID-19 vaccines, with 1% of the actual cases reported to the public.
The video is titled: “URGENT!!!Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy Groups sa UK nanawagan sa Department of Health ng ‘kompletong pagpapatigil’ ng COVID19 INJECTIONS sa tao!!!” (Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy Groups in the UK calls on the Department of Health for “complete cessation” of COVID-19 injections in humans!) headtopics.com
At the 9:14 mark of the video, Agno says, “Itong mga report dito, ayon sa pag-aaral, more or less one percent lang ang nairereport sa totoong mga namatay at mga nagkaroon ng adverse reaction.”(The reports here, based on studies, only report more or less one percent of the real number of deaths and cases of adverse reaction.)
Agno also instructs her viewers on how to get the real number of cases. “Kung ano iyong amount dito ng mga tao na namatay, i-multiply 'nyo iyon ng 100(Whatever number you see in the reports, multiply it by 100),” she says, referring to the figures released by the Yellow Card Scheme of the UK and the Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) of the US.
Claim Check, Facebook’s monitoring tool that identifies potentially dubious posts, flagged the video for verification. Data from social media monitoring tool CrowdTangle show that the video has over 967,000 views, 19,000 reactions, and 10,000 comments on Facebook, as of writing.Read more: Rappler »
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