An anti-vaxxer testified at the Ohio Statehouse that people are becoming magnetic after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. (They're not.)
An anti-vaccine conspiracy about the vaccinated is leading some anti-maskers and anti-vaxxers to contemplate wearing a mask and social distance.
Hundreds gathered in Utah to burn a symbolic needle labeled MEDICAL TYRANNY.
Don’t count the wary people out just yet.
Despite big promises to remove anti-vaxxers, Facebook's disinformation superspreaders are still racking up tens of millions of impressions.
Dan Kaminsky, one of just seven people in the world who could restart the internet after a “catastrophic event,” had been a vocal promoter of getting vaccinated.
COVID misinformation is flourishing on Facebook, especially in languages other than English.
Depending on who you ask, the photo was staged, or it’s a message, or it’s proof she’s dead.
After he boosted the conspiracy theory, it quickly spread online —especially among the vax-hesitant crowd.
“They might as well call it Biden’s Mark of the Beast.”
A study from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue found that influencers using Facebook in a “coordinated manner” have resulted in a large jump in vaccine misinformation in Canada.