Myth vs. Fact: Does it have a chip in it?

MYTH: We don’t know what’s in these vaccines

FACT: All three U.S. vaccine makers have published the ingredient lists for their vaccines, available on their websites. The CDC’s website also tells you what’s in the COVID-19 vaccines.

The star ingredient is the COVID-19 mRNA (in Modern and Pfizer) or DNA (in Johnson & Johnson) for the spike protein. Both vaccines also contain lipids (fats) that help deliver the mRNA into your cells and a few other common ingredients that help maintain the pH and stability of the vaccine.

Despite theories circulated on social media, none of the COVID-19 vaccines contain microchips or any form of tracking device.

Cleveland Clinic Common COVID Vaccine Myths Explained
Thaddeus Stappenbeck, MD, PhD, Chairman of the
Department of Inflammation and Immunity at
Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute.

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