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Tried to prove that vaccines cause magnetism and embarrassed herself - Walla! health

2021-06-10T19:40:02.513Z

Vaccine opponents have been distributing videos of themselves in recent weeks trying to stick objects to their bodies claiming the vaccine is magnetizing. We tell you not to. But here is the full explanation



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She tried to prove that vaccines cause magnetism and embarrassed herself

Vaccine opponents have been distributing videos of themselves in recent weeks trying to stick objects to their bodies, claiming that the vaccine causes magnetism in the body.

We tell you not to.

But here is the full explanation and a video that goes around the net and magnetizes many to it

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Thursday, 10 June 2021, 09:33 Updated: 10:10

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One of the most trendy annoyances in recent weeks of vaccine opponents is that the vaccines cause magnetism in the body due to the components in them.

If you search the internet you will have no trouble finding videos of people sticking coins to themselves and claiming that the vaccine is to blame.

A nurse who opposes vaccines in Ohio tried to prove this explanation live this week while speaking to health officials, and as the saying goes, it did not really work for her.



Authorized nurse Joanna Oberholt, who testified before the Ohio House Health Committee about what she said were possible dangers to the corona virus vaccine, said she tried to use her body as evidence.

Oberholt said she heard during lunch that corona vaccines cause magnetism in humans, so she decided to prove herself in an attempt to show how a pin and key would stick to her exposed skin.

Spoiler: It did not go well.

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"Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck too," Oberholt said.

"So yeah, if anyone can explain that, it's going to be great."

The non-magnetic aluminum key fell from her neck as soon as she removed her hand.

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False theory of magnetism vaccines earlier raised during the hearing by the Ohio Osteopathic Dr. Sherry Tnfni, a member of the "Disinformation Dozen," a group of people responsible for 65 percent of misinformation against vaccinations shared online.



"I'm sure you've seen the pictures around the web Of people who took those shots and now they are magnets, "Tenphy said." You can put a key on their forehead, it sticks.

You can put spoons and forks anywhere and they can stick, because now we think there are pieces of metal in it. "

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"What is clear to everyone is that as the vaccine proves to be unprecedentedly effective in the history of global pandemics, especially in Israel and its safety is excellent, so are vaccine opponents and conspiracy advocates trying in creative ways to get people not vaccinated," says Dr. Idan Goren. Walla !.



"Of course there is no way the vaccine is magnetized because the vaccine does not contain any metallic material, such as iron or nickel.

In addition, even if a person were injected with metal instead of a vaccine at a dose of less than a milliliter, it would not be enough to cause a magnet to stick to it, so it is clear to everyone that this is a forgery. "

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