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An image purporting to show an official government poster from Ireland — claiming “sudden death” is a side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine — is continuing to circulate on Twitter. The poster is fake. Get the facts.
Irish agency says poster listing death as COVID vaccine side effect is fake | AP News
Kyle Rittenhouse didn't file a defamation suit against LeBron James, Ghislaine Maxwell's trial isn't accessible through a phone line and the omicron variant wasn't written about in July, contrary to false claims shared online this week. @AP has the facts.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week | AP News
Posts circulating on Twitter claim Germany's new COVID-19 restrictions, and a potential vaccine mandate, violate the Nuremberg Code. That is false, according to legal and medical ethics experts. @AP has the facts.
Germanys new COVID-19 measures dont violate the Nuremberg Code | AP News
A clip of Jill Biden reading a book to students during a White House holiday event has been manipulated to insert audio of a child yelling a disparaging comment. But the first lady wasn't interrupted. The added audio came from an old, unrelated video.
Video of first ladys book reading manipulated to add childs comment | AP News
Social media users falsely claimed the press has been barred from Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial. But reporters are allowed inside the courtroom, and while the trial will not be televised, that is standard in federal courts. @AP has the facts.
FACT FOCUS: Media not banned from Ghislaine Maxwell trial | AP News
As the world reacts to the new omicron variant of the coronavirus, some online personalities have falsely claimed the variant is nothing but a cover-up for nefarious plots. Here are the facts.
FACT FOCUS: New omicron variant fuels old misinformation | AP News
Social media posts falsely claim that Kyle Rittenhouse has filed lawsuits against CNN and “The View” co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar. But Rittenhouse has not filed any legal action, according to his spokesperson. Get the facts.
Kyle Rittenhouse hasnt sued Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar or CNN | AP News
AP Fact Check Retweeted ·  
This month’s elections may have offered a preview of the Spanish-language misinformation that could pose a growing threat to Democrats, who are already anxious about their standing with Latino voters after losing some ground with them last year.
Social media users are falsely claiming that the World Economic Forum wrote about omicron, the new coronavirus variant, in July. But archived versions of the article show it was updated recently to add information about the variant. Get the facts.
The World Economic Forum did not write about the omicron variant in July | AP News
The WHO did skip two letters of the Greek alphabet when naming omicron, a new variant of the coronavirus. The agency said it did so to stop people confusing “nu” with “new” and to avoid “causing offense” because Xi is a common last name.
WHO skipped two Greek alphabet letters in naming coronavirus variant | AP News
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not buy a $25 million home in Jupiter Island, Florida, and Fox News was not banned in the U.K., despite what was shared online this week. Get the facts from @AP.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week | AP News
Inaccurate posts claiming that Fox News was banned from the U.K. are circulating on social media. The media outlet wasn't banned, but rather withdrew voluntarily in 2017. @AP has the facts.
Fox News wasnt banned from UK, contrary to false claims online | AP News
A clip taken from an address President Joe Biden gave about the economy was edited in a misleading way to incorrectly suggest he mistakenly read aloud “end of quote” from a teleprompter. Biden’s full remarks show he was sharing a quote. @AP has the facts.
Clip from Biden speech misrepresented online | AP News
Widely shared posts are circulating an image of a $25 million property in Florida with the false claim that it was purchased by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It wasn’t. Get the facts.
Pelosi didnt purchase $25 million mansion in Florida | AP News
AP Fact Check Retweeted ·  
Is it safe to travel during the pandemic this holiday season?
It depends. It can be safe if you're fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but officials say people who haven't gotten the shots should delay travel.
Is travel safe during the pandemic this holiday season? | AP News
Social media users are falsely conflating a 2020 civil lawsuit with the pending criminal case against Ghislaine Maxwell. The civil suit was dismissed as frivolous weeks after it was filed and is separate from Maxwell’s upcoming criminal trial.
Posts falsely conflate civil lawsuit with Ghislaine Maxwell criminal case | AP News
Posts about a WHO database are being shared without proper context. The tool shows symptoms people experienced after vaccination, but the reports aren’t verified, nor are they proof the vaccine caused the symptom. A recent @AP story has the facts.
Social media users shared a photo they falsely claimed showed recent protests in Vienna over COVID-19 restrictions. But the photo was taken at a protest 30 years ago in Moscow. @AP has the facts.
Photo shows Moscow in 1991, not recent Vienna lockdown protests
A video that’s circulating online suggests that U.K. supermarket Sainsbury’s has installed COVID-19 vaccine passport scanners in its stores. But the tech is actually for an in-store shopping app.
Sainsburys has not installed QR readers to check for vaccine passports
As the jury in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial deliberated for a third day, social media users shared a photo of bricks they claimed were found nearby in Kenosha. But the image was taken in Dallas, Texas.
Photo shows pile of bricks in Dallas, not Kenosha
AP Fact Check Retweeted ·  
Why can't some COVID-19 vaccinated people travel to the U.S.? They might not be vaccinated with shots recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization.
Why can't some COVID-19 vaccinated people travel to the US?
False theories spread online about why the presidential seal was blurred in a recent video of President Joe Biden. But there’s nothing mysterious behind it: Federal law limits how the seal can be used, so it’s often blurred in videos. @AP has the facts.
Social media posts misrepresent reason for blurred presidential seal
A Pfizer official confirmed the wife of the company's CEO is alive and well, contrary to widely-shared social media posts. A blog known for publishing misinformation falsely claimed she had experienced complications from the COVID-19 vaccine and died.
Pfizer CEOs wife did not die or experience vaccine complications
Social media users are sharing false claims about the risks associated with myocarditis, which can be an extremely rare side effect of COVID-19 vaccines. The small number of cases that have happened after vaccination are mostly mild, and recovery is swift.
Social media posts misrepresent myocarditis risks
A video that was manipulated to make it appear that California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s face was sagging is being shared with the suggestion he developed Bell’s palsy after getting a COVID-19 vaccine booster. That’s not how his face looks in the original video.
Video of California governor was manipulated to suggest vaccine reaction
Misleading claims are spreading online about a change in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine formula. The addition of tromethamine, a commonly used pharmaceutical ingredient, allows the shots to be stored longer, and trials found that its use in the vaccine is safe.
Posts mislead on Pfizers new COVID-19 vaccine formula
Videos on social media falsely claim that you can “remove” a COVID-19 vaccine after an injection. This inaccurate assertion has been around for a while. Here’s our story from September debunking the false claim that cupping therapy can remove a vaccine.
Vaccines cant be removed after injection, contrary to cupping video
Despite what you might have read on social media this week, vaccines didn't kill three giraffes in Dallas, Pfizer's CEO was not arrested, and Italy did not reduce its COVID death toll by 97%. @AP has the facts.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
Some social media users shared videos from a U.S. public awareness campaign about food insecurity, and inaccurately described them as international ads urging people in Germany, China and Slovenia to help fight hunger in the U.S. @AP has the facts.
Videos show US campaign to fight hunger, not international ads
Backup generators at #COP26 run on hydrogenated vegetable oil, solar or battery, according to conference staff. Some tweets incorrectly suggested they used diesel. @AP has the facts.
COP26 generators dont use diesel, contrary to tweets
A meme from 2020 now spreading again falsely claims that former President Donald Trump said, during his COVID-19 hospitalization, that his DNA “wasn’t DNA. It was USA.” At the time, we debunked the claim that he said this. Here are the facts.
Posts misrepresent Trumps remarks from Walter Reed
Before conceding, the New Jersey state Senate president issued a statement suggesting that 12,000 ballots had been “recently found” – fueling confusion online. Those ballots were routinely collected mail-in ballots outside of his district. Get the facts.
FACT FOCUS: Claim of 12K found ballots in NJ is misleading
AP Fact Check Retweeted ·  
Can at-home COVID-19 tests make holiday gatherings safer? Yes, combined with vaccination, they can add a layer of safety and reassurance by providing results within minutes.
Can at-home COVID-19 tests make holiday gatherings safer?
A video of an Australian premier was taken out of context to support the false claim that hospitals are overcrowded because of vaccine injuries. Health officials say hospitals have been under stress for years, and it has nothing to do with COVID vaccines.
Overcrowding in Australian hospitals not caused by vaccine injuries
Videos being shared online were altered to make it look like Vice President Kamala Harris made negative statements about COVID-19 vaccines in a speech. Unedited video of the speech shared by the White House shows what she actually said. @AP has the facts.
Altered video twists Kamala Harris statements on COVID vaccines
The false claim that the CEO of Pfizer was arrested and charged with fraud spread online after a blog published an inaccurate article without evidence. Pfizer called the allegations "false news," and the FBI said it had no information on such a case.
Pfizer CEO was not arrested by the FBI, nor charged with fraud
A months-old false narrative about COVID-19 vaccinations and blood donations is bubbling up again online. Here are the facts, from an @AP story that addressed these claims earlier this year.
COVID-19 vaccines do not wipe out antibodies
A photograph circulating on social media was manipulated to make it falsely appear as if a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic was advising parents to donate their kids’ organs. @AP has the facts.
Altered photo falsely claims vaccine site urged parents to donate kids organs
Contrary to false claims being spread on social media, a Colorado executive order doesn’t authorize hospitals to turn away patients because they are unvaccinated or prioritize care for those who are vaccinated. @AP has the facts.
Colorado order doesnt instruct hospitals to turn away the unvaccinated
False claims about the COP26 climate conference, COVID-19 vaccines and an anti-Biden chant were widely shared by social media users this week. Get the facts from @AP.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
An influx of votes early Wednesday in Bergen County, N.J., after 100% of precincts had reported results is not a sign of foul play, as some claimed on social media. More than 41,000 mail-in ballots were counted after precincts' initial reporting.
FACT FOCUS: No fraud behind late-night votes in NJ county
Widely shared posts are misrepresenting a 2013 photo taken in New Orleans, falsely claiming that it shows private jets flown to the U.N. climate summit in Scotland. Get the facts from @AP.
Posts use old photo to criticize jets flown to climate conference
AP Fact Check Retweeted ·  
Are COVID-19 boosters the same as the original vaccines? Yes, the recipes weren't tweaked to better match the more contagious delta variant because they're still working well.
Are COVID-19 boosters the same as the original vaccines?
Posts questioned why it appeared that thousands of Wisconsin voters registered to vote in 1918 or had the same phone number. The answer: default numbers were used when that data was missing. Get the facts from @AP.
Posts on Wisconsin voter registration data lack context
A photo of a long zig-zagging line does not show voters queued up at an Alexandria, Virginia, polling location, it's students at a 2014 job fair in China. Get your facts from @AP.
2014 photo shows queue in China, not long voting lines in Virginia
A popular video of a soccer match where the crowd appears to chant an anti-Biden phrase was manipulated to add the chant. The original video dates back to 2016. @AP has the facts.
Soccer match video edited to add anti-Biden chant
A Canadian charity’s ad campaign to raise awareness about pediatric strokes has been distorted online by those who oppose COVID-19 vaccines. Get the facts from @AP.
Ads raising awareness about strokes in kids are not related to vaccines
Social media users are distorting an exchange between President Joe Biden and Pope Francis in which the president told the pope a story about Black baseball legend Satchel Paige. Get the facts from @AP.
Video shows Biden telling Pope Francis a story about Satchel Paige
A video shared on social media is being falsely described as showing the U.S. military in Taiwan. In fact, the video was shot at a ceremony in Monterey Park, California, commemorating a 1937 battle between Chinese and Japanese troops. @AP has the facts.
Video shows California ceremony, not US troops in Taiwan
Old videos, a fake newspaper article and incorrect assertions about refugee aid were among the false information that circulated on social media this week. Get the facts from @AP.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
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