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‘Can COVID-19 vaccines connect me to the internet?’: Health Department’s bizarre post – PerthNow

One of the wackiest vaccine myths has finally been debunked once and for all, by a group who really shouldn’t have had to.



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Health authorities have published a bizarre post online, debunking the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 vaccines contain materials that enable the recipient to connect to the internet.
The federal Department of Health answered the curious question on its Is it true page, where it responds to misinformation being shared in the community and online by providing accurate, evidence-based answers to questions about the jab.
Can COVID-19 vaccines connect me to the internet? the government web page asks.

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