Myths, Misinformation & Conspiracies

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Busting Covid-19 Myths with a TikTok-Famous Immunologist

Dr. Morgan McSweeney studies immunology and pharmaceutical sciences in southwest Florida. He’s a scientist who works on the development of monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics for respiratory infectious disease—influenza, RSV and, now, Covid-19...

Since February 2020, McSweeney has taken to social media to debunk some of the myths surrounding Covid-19. He calls himself “Dr. Noc” and has amassed more than 600,000 followers on TikTok.

During his time online, McSweeney has also come across a lot of misinformation that viewers take to be truth. So we asked him to bust some of the most common Covid-19 myths he sees.

Myth: The vaccine causes infertility.

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