Among the several claims on the internet throughout the world, the Indian man in Nashik in the state of Maharashtra claimed that his body has turned magnetic after taking the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. In Nashik, he is the second person who has publicly said that after the vaccine had made their bodies magnetic.
This 46-year-old man from the city of Ulhasnagar said on TV that his condition got developed after taking the 2nd dose of vaccine. To prove his claim he stuck several utensils made of steel to his body without the utensils falling.
Recently, a 70-year-old man also claimed to have the same effect after taking the Covid-19 second dose of the vaccine. There are several people throughout the world posting similar videos of the same effect that occurred in their bodies.
Although, the medical experts kept on denying that vaccines have got nothing to do with these effects. All the doctors publically denied that vaccines are causing magnetism. They have been constantly saying that the vaccines are safe and there is nothing to worry about.
There are many big groups of people who are against vaccines as they believe that the vaccines are harmful to their overall health and safety. The government agencies and medical experts have been calling all these claims ‘conspiracy theories.’
More and more videos keep on cropping up in India and other countries where people can be seen sticking metal objects to their bodies to claim that vaccines are causing this effect. The following is the official news report from ‘The Times of India’ reporting in detail about this case.