VERIFY Fact Check |

Yes, swimming is safe for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic, but crowded pools could be risky

Coronavirus

Yes, you can ask your doctor or nurse if they’re vaccinated against COVID-19, but they don’t have to tell you

Coronavirus

No, the COVID-19 vaccine can’t make people magnetic

Vaccine

Yes, the new Novavax COVID-19 vaccine was developed using moth cells

Vaccine

Yes, there is a risk in uploading a photo of your vaccine card to enter an online contest

Vaccine

Yes, guns, beer and trucks are being offered as incentives for people to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccine

Yes, you can get a free ride to and from your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, and free child care too

Vaccine

Yes, the lumber shortage is real

Business

No, Dr. Fauci's emails were not leaked, they were obtained through FOIA requests

Coronavirus

No, antibody tests can't prove if you’re protected by the COVID-19 vaccines

Coronavirus

No, COVID-19 vaccines aren’t as effective for immunocompromised people, research suggests

Vaccine

Yes, employees required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 can file a workers’ compensation claim for vaccine adverse effects

Business

No, there is no set standard that will mark the end of the COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus

Yes, there have been reports of heart inflammation in adolescents after COVID-19 vaccination, but cause not yet known

Vaccine

Yes, vaccinated people can transmit COVID-19 through kissing

Coronavirus

Yes, vaccinations increased in Ohio after the vaccine lottery was announced

Vaccine