The Irish Ministry of Health issued a poster mentioning the vaccine’s side effects, including headaches, menstrual disorders, hemiplegia, blood clots, heart attacks, and sudden death.
A photo of a document purporting to be from Ireland's Ministry of Health has gone viral on Facebook and Twitter.
According to the document, the vaccine causes headaches, menstrual disorders, bell's palsy, blood clots, heart attacks, and sudden death.
Misbar investigated the claim and discovered that the picture was fabricated.
The investigation led us to the website of the Health Products Regulatory Authority, which warned people about fake and fabricated posters about the vaccine's side effects that were not real.
The COVID-19 vaccine has some side effects that can be controlled, according to the website.
The website mentioned that the vaccine against COVID-19 has some side effects that can be controlled.
Our team also found that the fake poster doesn't look like the official posters and documents from the Irish government.
Photo description: The official poster contains different logo information.