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|FALSE||Claim by Joe Rogan: Joe Rogan Claims U.S. accidentally sent $6.2 billion to Ukraine
Newsweek rating: False (The U.S. did not accidentally send $6.2 billion to Ukraine. An overestimation of the cost of some military hardware meant that $6.2 billion was not spent in the transfer of U.S. stocks to Ukraine.)
|Claim via Social Media: The World Economic Forum “launches ‘mark of the beast’ CBDC microchip that will ‘end gun ownership in America.’”
PolitiFact rating: False (Seems a little crazy. No evidence.)
|Claim via Social Media: Pfizer warehouse stocked with COVID-19 vaccines was destroyed by tornado.
Lead Stories rating: False (COVID-19 vaccines are not made or stocked at the facility.)
|FALSE||(International: United Kingdom): NHS has stopped Covid vaccinations in Europe as of June 30.
PA Media rating: False (While the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) ended routine coronavirus vaccinations for most of the UK population at the end of June, anyone at higher risk from the infectious disease can still get a jab when doctors feel this is needed. The NHS has no control over any medical policy, including vaccination advice, in Europe.)
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