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COVID Vaccine Isn't Sold in Turkish Supermarkets

Hind Khoudary Hind Khoudary
2nd January 2021
COVID Vaccine Isn't Sold in Turkish Supermarkets
Video Shared is Fabricated(Screenshot).

The Claim

BİM, a Turkish store will start selling the COVID-19 vaccine.

Emerging story

A video showing COVID-19 vaccine prices has been circulating online in December 2020. The video in Turkish has been shared online claiming that BIM, a Turkish grocery market will start selling the vaccine. Users claimed that the vaccine price will start from 14.5 Turkish Liras.

Misbar’s Analysis

Misbar's investigation found the video circulating is false. BIM, one of the largest grocery stores in Turkey, posted on their official Facebook page that they aren't responsible for the video circulating.
BIM's post in the Turkish language says: "The video circulating is funny and misleading. There are no medications or vaccines in our stores."

BIM officially denied all the claims circulating that they sell vaccines. BIM mainly sells groceries, not medicine.

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