Epidemiologist Ilir Alimehmeti has extinguished today the rumors of theories circulating on social networks, that the vaccine against COVID-19 has magnets and coins.
Invited to the studio of “Wake Up”, Alimehmeti said that it is fake and that if the coin sticks it is because of sweat and not because of the vaccine.
To test that this theory does not stand, the doctor proposes that all those who have placed coin at the vaccine site, remove the coin and smear the area with baby powder. Then let them try again.
“It simply came to our notice then. And those who have done this experiment and the magnet has been attached to them add another phase. Where you did the test, apply baby powder. Lubricate the area, and everyone knows that the powder is used to absorb moisture and fat on children’s skin. And try again if the coin sticks. You will realize that if it had been a magnet, the coin would have continued to climb. If it were moisture, fat or other adhesive produced by human skin, then this would disappear. It is a physical, classical phenomenon. A small object of relatively light weight with a flat surface, with another flat surface but already elastic like leather, which also has moisture, fat, other adhesives that it produces itself. And the skin is not the same all day, there are parts where you sweat more. To disprove this he proves it, a known physical phenomenon, unrelated to the vaccine. There is absolutely nothing like that, there is no magnet inside. There have always been many theories about vaccines, not just from humans. They are vaccines with emergency authorization, they do not have full approval, but they do not contain magnetic substances “, declared the epidemiologist.