Our Facts On Covid-19

Misinformation and myths about coronavirus (COVID-19) have been spreading fast, from 5G is causing the spread of the virus through to Nano probes being added to the vaccine. At TCCA we are keen that members of our community are aware of what is fact and hat is fiction and decision made are based on facts.

Myth: COVID vaccine causes irreversible side effects:

TRUTH: No patient has so far suffered from irreversible side effects - in trials or in the population.

This myth was spread by misreading a presentation which actually said 3000 of those vaccinated suffered with temporary and reversible side effects.

This myth was spread by misreading a presentation which actually said 3000 of those vaccinated suffered with temporary and reversible side effects.
All medicines have the potential to cause side effects, but this needs to be weighted up against the harm of the disease they are trying to prevent.

Myth: COVID is no more dangerous than the flu:

TRUTH: COVID kills up to 10x more than flu.

Research at John Hopkins University indicates that COVID is more fatal, impacts more people for longer (up to 30 days) and spreads faster than the flu.

Claiming that COVID is no more dangerous than the flu trivialises the destruction this virus has brought to many lives.

Myth: COVID deaths are being exaggerated:

TRUTH: COVID deaths are most likely under-reported rather than exaggerated.

The majority of COVID declared deaths have positive swabs. A minority are recorded as COVID without a swab if the radiological picture or symptoms strongly suggest COVID in the absence of any other explanation and doing a post-death swab is undesirable / impractical.

This is in keeping with normal medical practice.

Myth: Vaccines are being used to chip and track population

TRUTH: Vaccines do not contain any chips or trackers for surveillance.

Independent authorities across the world from countries that compete with each other have approved the vaccine and not found any microchips.

The truth is that there are far easier ways to track the population (mobile phones/ bank cards etc.) than biological trackers.