“Do you know anything about chemotherapy? Do you know what happens to the immune system?”
VICE News has tracked at least 20 public appearances by the group since January 6, with an alarming upswing in activity over the last few weeks
Vaccines are overwhelmingly safe and effective at preventing the spread of coronavirus.
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.