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Fact-Checked: No, the AstraZeneca vaccine does not contain a Bluetooth chip

A social media user has made claims that since receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine his body has been connecting with Bluetooth devices. The video purports that his phone connects with a device called “AstraZeneca_ChAdOx1-S”; the names of Bluetooth devices are easily changed by users and microchips are too large to pass through needles. The claim has been debunked by PolitiFact.

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