A social media post either misunderstands or misrepresents a report examining the likely effects of relaxing COVID-19 restrictions in England.
It pairs a meme including misinformation about Israel's Pfizer rollout to predictions from a dubious source.
Similar suggestions have circulated in Canada and the US - and they've made their way to Australia.
A meme provides a dubious series of statements it suggest will "help you make a decision".
A social media post takes real data out of context to suggest pregnant women shouldn't vaccinate for fear of miscarriage.
The false claim has been circulated alongside several other myths about the virus and immunisations.
The document is being circulated on social media with suggestions that virus treatments carry deadly side effects.
To understand why these vaccines need to be kept so cold, it's useful to know how they work.
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