VERIFY: 5 false narratives about the COVID-19 vaccines

Hanna Merzbach KGW8 news

Thousands of Americans have gotten the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine this week, and millions are waiting in line.

But, a recent survey found that over one-quarter of the public remains vaccine hesitant, saying they “probably or definitely would not get a COVID-19 vaccine even if it were available for free and deemed safe by scientists.”

These fears are largely fueled by a network of false narratives and misinformation about the vaccines.

So, KGW set out to VERIFY: What are these false narratives, and why are they wrong? Continue reading…

One comment

  1. Okay I’m confused with part of your article. It states that there is no proof of adverse side effects from the vaccine. Maybe you should read the article in the New York Post that states a 39 year old Utah mom died 4 days after getting her second vaccine shot because her liver stopped functioning. She had no underlying medical conditions. I have no problem with anyone getting the vaccine but until there is more research done over a longer period of time, I will not be getting the vaccine. This is just my opinion and it’s okay with me if anyone differs from my opinion because there’s nothing wrong with people having different opinions. No two people will ever have the same opinion about everything. FYI I do enjoy reading your posts. There are a lot of things that I do agree with you about.

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