VERIFY Fact Check |

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

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

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

No, veterinarians are not giving pets the COVID-19 vaccine

Pets

No, COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infertility

Coronavirus

Yes, vaccinated parents of unvaccinated children can go to public settings without a mask

Vaccine

No, there is no evidence the COVID-19 vaccine causes loss of taste or smell

Coronavirus